Welcome. This page is the hub for navigation to clinical audit resources and training.
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These resources have been arranged alphabetically by theme.
|Boards ||Education and training||Principles of best practice |
|Clinicians||Ethics||Programme, policy, strategy and reporting|
|Criteria for high quality clinical audit||Guidance from other organisations||Quality improvement tools|
|Care pathways||Industry, working with||QI and financial constraints (UKQC work)|
|Case studies||National clinical audit||Research and service review|
|Data quality||Network support||Statistics|
|Different care settings, interface audit||Patient and public involvement||Statutory and mandatory requirements|
All of our guidance is reviewed periodically and some were revised during the latest review, in November 2011 - January 2012. The date of publication, or last review, is listed after each product, along with a note on the extent of any changes made:
Education and training
Hosted by HQIP from 2009-2012, the UK Quality Collaboration (UKQC) was a multi-professional group of independent specialist healthcare organisations, working collectively to improve quality improvement, share best practice and drive up standards in service delivery. During this time it produced these two guidance documents on maintaining quality standards while adhering to financial constraints:
In 29 June 2012 UKQC was absorbed into HQIP's newly created Advisory Group providing an opportunity to continue to offer advice, suggestions, feedback, challenge and stimulus to HQIP as part of a wider group of organisations. This move was welcomed unreservedly by UKQC for the real opportunities to bring together a wider group focused on quality that would have real value, not just for HQIP, but for quality in the UK as a whole.
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HQIP is accredited by The Information Standard - the Department of Health scheme which identifies trustworthy and accessible health and social care information. As such you'll see that relevant HQIP guidance and other information carries the Standard's quality mark. For more information on HQIP 's accreditation and on the Standard itself, click here.
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