12 November 2012
HQIP invites patients, carers, volunteers as well as clinical audit professionals to test out its new patient and public involvement online learning tool. The tool aims to introduce clinical audit to patients, and others, who want to be involved in clinical audit activity in their local organisation.
An introductory session in understanding clinical audit is followed by four more modules, each giving an overview of key stages in the clinical audit cycle. A certificate is available at the end of each module and they each take around 20 minutes to complete.
HQIP's Patient and Public Involvement Lead Kim Rezel said: "We have an opportunity to update and improve the online learning for patients at the end of the November and I would like to receive as much feedback as possible. All comments are welcome. Thank you in advance for your time and help in making this online learning as relevant and useful as possible for patients."
Contact Kim Rezel on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7469 2511.
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