9 October 2012
HQIP is pleased to launch three new products to help organisations achieve successful patient and public involvement in clinical audit. Delegates who attended the 'patient and public involvement in clinical audit' workshops in London and Manchester had an opportunity to see and discuss the new resources first-hand.
This guide gives a more detailed approach to PPI and is accompanied by an adaptable spreadsheet that you can use in your organisation.
This guide offers some suggestions on how to make your reports more accessible to patients. The two case studies from the National Joint Registry and Diabetes UK are great examples of how you can develop your report in practice. The Diabetes UK project is a work in progess and we will be following their activities in a dedicated blog which can be found here >>
Made up of five sessions, the introductory session is for those patients who may have participated in an audit, want to find out more and understand a basic clinical audit report. The following four sessions mirror each stage of the clinical audit cycle and offer more in-depth teaching, perhaps for those patients who would be interested in becoming part of a patient panel for example.
HQIP's Patient and Public Involvement Lead Kim Rezel added: "We are looking for your feedback on all three of these new resources, especially the elearning tool. I am very happy to receive your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once colleagues have had chance to use and test the online learning over the next month, we are planning to make some final improvements based on the feedback we receive."
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