PPI case studies

 

HQIP champions best practice in PPI and clinical audit and so is always keen to add to its case study library and PPI templates. For more information contact HQIP PPI lead Kim Rezel on either 020 7469 2511 or via kim.rezel@hqip.org.uk

Case study/Title (pdf documents) Organisation Date
User-led audit case study (Urology services)
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust  May 2013
Service users auditing and evaluating their own services Changing our Lives
December 2012
Clinical audit awards Winner: SLaM Crisis Helpline evaluation
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
October 2011

Clinical audit awards Nominee: "A stroke of genius" - a new approach to improve care

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation TrustOctober 2011
Clinical audit awards Nominee: Involving people with learning disabilities in Patient Environment Action Team annual assessmentCheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation TrustOctober 2011
Involving service users in an audit to improve preconception care for women with diabetes
Regional Maternity Survey Office, Newcastle
May 2011

Clinical audit patient representative initiative - CAPRI: The development of a patient panel

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation TrustJune 2010

Service user involvement in care planning: capturing the experiences of people with learning disabilities - part one

Flowchart showing process for patient stories - part two

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
April 2010
Patient and public involvement in audit - clinical audit newsletterWrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust  
Service user involvement in a mental health auditKent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership TrustSeptember 2009
Patient involvement in a national audit steering groupMyocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project (MINAP)September 2009
Clinical audit patient panel - CAPP: Development of a clinical audit patient panel
 NHS Sheffield
June 2009

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