Developing Effective Clinical Auditing Strategies
This specialised training programme for medical practitioners helps attendees identify where to start their clinical audit and how to perform an ideal clinical audit.
It is well recognised that the clinical audit process is a fundamental tool to maintain high standards of clinical excellence within the healthcare industry. It is therefore important that doctors and other healthcare practitioners of all levels of responsibilities have a clear understanding of what clinical audit is about, how to conduct it effectively, and how the results contribute to clinical excellence.
The programme provides a step-by-step guide through the entire clinical audit process, from initial conception to the completion of the clinical audit loop, for all healthcare professionals. Participants gain skills on how involvement in clinical audit can advance their careers, help them understand the context it plays in maintaining clinical excellence as part of clinical governance, and become clear on how to gain involvement in Clinical Audit.
It also helps them gain skills in how to design, conduct, analyse, present, and perform effective clinical auditing activity. It is a must attend for healthcare practitioners seeking knowledge and skills required to achieve clinical effectiveness through the Clinical Auditing process.
- Develop a background understanding of clinical audit (CA) and the reasons for the process.
- Be able to set up an industry acceptable design/pathway to clinical effectiveness.
- Become better able to organise clinical evaluation in a hospital, as well as follow up with implementation strategies necessary to embarking on Clinical Audit.
- Better understand issues that trigger clinical evaluations; including issues of acquisition, interpretation and analysis of data.
- Be able to conclude CA’s; including presentation, education, needs for re-presentation and re-evaluation.
- Be able to set up a personalised clinical audit plan to suit own institution, as a result of the action planning component of this specialised training.
Who should attend
This programme is recommended for medical doctors in public and private sectors, including other healthcare personnel responsible for designing & management of service improvement and delivery tools, such as hospital managers, healthcare facilities managers, clinical managers, and other senior management team members.