Delivering Quality Clinical Audit
This educational day is a unique opportunity to hear from national bodies and networks as well as experienced NHS clinical audit staff from across the country, giving you a current and useful insight in to the entire process from national audits to day-to-day responsibilities.
If your service is striving to put patient safety and quality improvement at the heart of clinical audit and could benefit from sharing knowledge with other NHS professionals, then this seminar will offer practical advice and guidance to help your clinical audit team achieve their aims. Join us in Manchester and return to your service knowing how to confidently and effectively:
- Achieve patient safety best practice through choosing timely and appropriate audit topics and sizes as well as working more closely with clinicians
- Enable quality improvement by making this a priority for all staff and using QI as a method to unite the aims of multidisciplinary teams
- Develop the role of clinical audit by engaging with networks, empowering staff and setting gold standard working practices for a successful future
- Establish and maintain clinical relationships to drive forward the role of clinical audit within the wider quality improvement process
This seminar has been designed to give clinical audit leads access to varied case studies as well as providing opportunities to network with valuable new contacts. Personalise your experience by bringing questions and stumbling blocks and working with your peers throughout the day to find a solution. By attending this one specialised seminar, you will build your knowledge and expertise on how to:
- Consistently conduct audits with purpose and the potential to improve quality
- Unite auditors and clinicians to place patient safety at the heart of all hospital activity
- Support and encourage staff to play a more significant role in patient safety
- Use root cause analysis and help clinicians to understand this to drive forward improvements
This focussed, peer-led learning group will explore how your service can confidently and effectively approach Clinical Audit to enhance patient safety and ensure data is both accurate and comprehensive. This timely programme has been created in order to boost outcomes for:
- Clinical Audit Managers
- Clinical Effectiveness Managers
- Clinical Audit Facilitators
- Research and Development Managers
- Quality Outcomes & Assurance Managers
- Clinical Audit Officers
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|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks |
Michael Spry, Head of Clinical Audit, Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Chair, Mersey Clinical Audit Network
Patient Safety Best Practice
|9.40||Purposeful audit: outlining best practice for clinical audit to support and enable patient safety|
Working with clinicians to choose audit topics: will the data drive forward patient safety?
Data collection methods and sample sizes: choosing strategies to conduct your clinical audit
Effective re-auditing: did the first audit lead to patient safety and quality improvements?
|10.20||Group discussion: Identifying what components make a quality clinical audit |
Share a time that your service has used audit results to bring about meaningful quality improvement. What contributed to this success? Was it working effectively with clinicians, having a clear aim, patient involvement or something else?
Enabling Quality of Care Improvements
|11.10||Case study: managing and conducting clinical audit in a Foundation Trust |
Creating strong relationships with clinicians: working together and supporting one another
Using audit data to support shared learning: giving staff motivation and direction
Highlighting great outcomes as well as concerns: ensuring both sides are shared
Josefina Gil-Moya, Clinical Audit and Effectiveness Lead and Deirdre Miller, Head of Quality Assurance, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|11.50||Group Discussion: How trusts can consistently and meaningfully improve quality of care|
Other than clinical audit, how does your service ensure that a focus remains on improving patient safety? What role do clinical audit staff play in this process, and how could that role develop to improve outcomes?
Clinical Audit Development
|1.30||NQICAN Case study: supporting staff and streamlining clinical audit |
Working with national organisations: influencing and regularly engaging with HQIP etc.
Engaging staff by celebrating success: keeping patient safety at the heart of audit
How will the role of clinical audit develop? Working norms for a successful future
Michael Spry, Clinical Audit Manager, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|2.10||Group Discussion: Recruiting, developing and retaining talented audit staff |
Discuss with your clinical audit peers what encouragement or incentives your service offers to retain key team members. Does your service offer a clear pathway for progression or could you improve the opportunities open to talented audit staff?
Good Clinical Relationships
|3.00||Case study: positioning clinical audit within the wider quality improvement process|
Guiding clinicians to interpret analysis: translating the data in to meaningful knowledge
When audit identifies shortcomings: responding to the reasons for clinical noncompliance
Root cause analysis and improvement: what information do you need to effect change?
Deborah Kershaw, Head of Outcomes & Assurance, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
|3.40||Group discussion: Tendering the national audit contract: what would you like to see happen? |
Could the national audit make better use of clinical time or money? Discuss in groups which parts of the audit could be made more efficient for auditing staff, and share ways to establish better relationships with organisations outside of your trust.
|4.10||Close of day|
Attend this day to learn from experienced NHS clinical audit professionals that can understand your challenges and offer viable solutions to help your team move forward effectively:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
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Certification of Attendance
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