HQIP/ESQH European National Clinical Registries & Audit Summit

HQIP and ESQH hosted a first European National Clinical Registries and Audit Summit on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 April 2012 at the London Victoria Park Plaza Hotel.  This event incorporated HQIP's traditional one-day Clinical Audit Summit. Speakers from the UK, Sweden, Denmark, France, the US and Spain took the opportunity to showcase best practice and tackle the common issues in national, European and international clinical registry and audit development.

Delegate Pack Information (all PDF files)

Plenary presentations (in order of appearance - all PDF files)

Welcome                            Read Robin's blog here>>
Robin Burgess, Chief Executive, Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership

Opening address: Driving quality improvement - building on success and improving outcomes in England

Professor Nick Black, Chairman, National Advisory Group on Clinical Audit and Enquiries (Department of Health England)

Do we need national quality registers? Are they costly and miserable or do they benefit all stakeholders?

Professor Göran Garellick, Director, Swedish Hip Arthroplasty Register

Quality improvement at clinical and system level: Denmark

Dr Paul Bartels, President, European Society for Quality in Healthcare
Professor Søren Paaske Johnsen, Dept. of Clinical Epidemiology, Aarhus University Hospital

Full care cycle and clinical registers - a powerful tool for clinical impact improvement: France

Dr Armelle Leperre-Desplanques, Head of HAS Pilot Programmes - Clinica Impact Dept, Haute Autorité de santé
Dr Linda Banaei-Bouchareb, Lead for Clinical Registries - Myocardial Infarction Pilot Programme, Haute Autorité de santé

European COPD audit: reducing inequalities in COPD care accross Europe

Professor Michael Roberts, Associate Director, Royal College of Physicians Clinical Effectiveness Unit

Challenges of running national registers in federal countries: Spain
Pilar Hilari
ón, Lead for Social Care, Mental Health, Elderly & Dependency, Avedis Donnabedian Reserach Institute

Pooling data accross Europe from country-based registers: the example of device registers for joint replacement

Professor Henrik Malchau, Harvard Medical School
Martyn Porter, National Joint Registry of England and Wales

Afternoon conference streams

Stream 1: Using release of results to improve quality of care: shared issues for national registry programmes

National Audit and the Open Data initiative
Helen Laing & Dr Yvonne Silove, Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership

UK Lung Cancer Audit
Julie Henderson, Information Manager, NHS Information Centre

Transparency of reporting in registries - does it improve performance?
Dr James Kent, Partner, Boston Consulting Group

Stream 2: Challenges of assuring device safety post market, the role of registries: lessons from the breast implant story and issues for public health surveillance

Introductory contributions from:

Professor Bruce Campbell, Chair, Interventional Procedures and Medical Technologies Advisory Committees, NICE

Fazel Fatah, President, British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
(NB Contains graphic images of a surgical nature)

For any further information or contact details of the speakers, please email rebecca.beaumont@hqip.org.uk.   


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