HQIP provides support for clinical audit networks, through presenting and exhibiting on request at network meetings and conferences, hosting the National Clinical Audit Forum and providing limited funding.
Where they did not previously exist HQIP worked with local clinical audit professionals to establish new networks, such as the North East Clinical Audit Network, East of England Clinical Audit Network and two networks in London.
HQIP provides limited funding to support clinical audit networks. For more details please click here >
HQIP maintains a directory of the main known clinical audit networks, to help you find your local network. If you are aware of any other networks that should be added here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Quality Improvement and Clinical Audit Network, NQICAN, is the 'network of networks' and has representation from all regional networks, some national/specialist networks and national groups such as royal colleges and HQIP.
If you have any queries about our support for clinical audit networks please contact email@example.com.
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