The Clinical Audit for Improvement Summit 2020 will celebrate its 20th Anniversary this year!
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The conference will bring together clinicians and managers leading local Clinical Audit for Improvement. Through a series of national updates, panel sessions, practical case studies, extended sessions and poster presentations, this one day conference will celebrate 20 years of Clinical Audit for Improvement and bring together an exceptional gathering of leading practitioners, clinicians, and policy makers to set out the major developments, promote innovative areas of clinical audit, and debate the key challenges affecting you and your clinical audit practice.
“Trusts rated good and outstanding have effective clinical audit processes and ensure that audits are used to drive quality improvements”
Care Quality Commission
“Clinical audit forms the backbone of clinical governance systems in most health service providers today. The main tasks of clinical audit procedures are to establish whether services are being reliably delivered to the required quality standard and, if not, to help improve them. Successful clinical audits collect the relevant data, analyse and understand it, and use it to inform improvement.”
NHS Improvement 2018
“Audit data can and does continue to drive improvements in our patients’ care.”
Dr Jane Youde, Clinical Director, National Clinical Audit and Accreditation Programme Royal College of Physicians
This summit focuses on clinical audit for improvement with a particular focus on the development of effective local clinical audit leading to audit recommendations that change practice and improve patient care. Hot topic focus issues this year will be on Clinical Audit Leadership, patient engagement and involvement, integration of audit, research, QI and patient engagement, clinical audit and accreditation, and improving participation in national clinical audit.
The conference will enable you to:
- Celebrate 20 years of the Clinical Audit for Improvement Conference
- Network with colleagues who are working to improve clinical audit practice
- Learn from outstanding practice in quality improvement and change as a result of clinical audit findings
- Reflect on Clinical Audit and Clinical Services Accreditation and the move towards a national standard for certification schemes in clinical services
- Understand how a human factors approach can help deliver change following Clinical Audit findings
- Reflect on national clinical audit developments
- Develop your clinical leadership skills and ensure your voice is heard
- Understand the importance and practical steps to patient engagement in clinical audit
- Ensure completion of audit – from audit results and action planning to changing practice
- Develop a systematic to integration of research, audit, QI and patient engagement
- Identify key strategies for developing multi-centre audit
- Self assess, reflect and expand your skills in clinical audit practice
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