10 October 2011
Bradford District Care Trust, NHS South of Tyne and Wear Community Health Services, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust all claimed success at this year's Clinical Audit Awards, held on 10 October as part of the HQIP Annual Conference.
The winners of the five Clinical Audit Awards were announced this afternoon at day one of HQIP's annual conference in Manchester.
The full winners list is below and for more on the HQIP Annual Conference 2011, including poster presentations for all winners, nominees and highly commended entrants, plus speaker presentations, click here.
Clinical Audit Award Winners 2011:
Category: Creating or improving efficiencies
Winner: West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
Project: Assessing the impact of implementing a hospital discharge COPD care bundle on the respiratory ward at West Middlesex University hospital
Category: Local improvement following national clinical audit
Winner: The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust
Project: The Case Mix Programme (CMP) Audit: Run by ICNARC (Intensive Care National Audit & Research Centre)
Category: Partnership working
Winner: NHS South of Tyne and Wear Community Health Services
Project: Evaluating the New role of the Older Persons Specialist Nurse (OPSN) within Gateshead Care Homes
Category: Sustained improvement
Winner: Bradford District Care Trust
Project: Audit of High Dose Antipsychotic prescribing on inpatient wards
Category: Patient and public involvement
Winner: South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Project: Crisis Helpline Evaluation
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