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Clinical audit

Ulster, North Down and Ards Hospitals Health and Social Services Trust.

Clinical audit

by Ulster, North Down and Ards Hospitals Health and Social Services Trust.

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Published by UNDAH in [Newtownards] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementUNDAH. 1995/96.
The Physical Object
Pagination[123] leaves :
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18993921M

Clinical audit plays a vital role in clinical govern-ance and also forms the stepping-stone for quality improvement projects at the heart of which is patient care. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence defines clinical audit3 as: A quality improvement process that seeks to improve patient care and outcomes through systematic review. It sets out the key principles of clinical audit practice, detailing advances in recent years such as simplified and accelerated audit, improved patient involvement, attention to ethics and methodology and the embedding of clinical audit in organisational governance as well as clinical practice. This book is essential reading for all those who.

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  This book is a revision and reinterpretation of the classic text on clinical audit, Principles of Best Practice in Clinical Audit, which was first published in It is a truly practical guide to audit methodology. The book’s editor, Robin Burgess, is chief executive of the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP), the organization responsible for supporting clinical audit in Author: Sian Williams. Clinical audit is initiated by national bodies, commissioners (PCTs) or service providers, including local healthcare staff and managers. The methodology is designed to address clearly defined audit questions that establish whether a specific clinical standard is being met. Results are specific and local to .


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Divided into three parts, it introduces and contextualises what clinical audit is and how it fits in with other strategies such as evidence-based : Principles for Best Practice in Clinical Audit National Institute for Clinical Excellence Published in by Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, Abingdon, UK pp.

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Sent from and sold by Amazon. FREE Delivery in the UK. Details. The Clinical Audit Handbook by Clare Morrell Paperback £ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way)/5(6). _doc _doc. Additional Materials. Quality of Care Audit-Instructor guide Set of Audit tools-total of 6.

Evaluation Description. Students are to discuss audit findings in post conference with clinical group and clinical unit representative if available.

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The audit should not be confused with data collection activities (i.e., benchmarking) or clinical research: the latter, in fact, aims to define the characteristics of good practice on a unknown land, while the audit compares the current practice against well-defined and established standards[].The final aim of the clinical audit is always improving the care provided to the by: 9.

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Clinical audit is essential for demonstrating performance for the quality and outcomes framework of the GP Contract. This completely up to date manual uses a practical 'how-to-do-it' approach, linked directly to the GP Contract, to make the undertaking of clinical audit a positive and rewarding exercise for both patient care and practice finance.

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Auditing: what is it all about. Clinical audit is about measuring the quality of care we provide against relevant standards. If we are failing to meet these standards, the audit should help us understand the factors that are causing us to fail, so that we can set priorities and make by: 3.

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This article describes a process-driven approach to the conduct of a Good Clinical Practice (GCP) audit at a clinical investigator site and to the assessment of systemic GCP compliance in just a Author: Terry Winchell.

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3.clinical governance has been described using 7 key pillars of which clinical audit is just one part. NICE defines clinical audit (2) as "a quality improvement process that seeks to improve patient care and outcomes through systematic review of care against explicit criteria and the implementation of change.

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