National Clinical Audit induction
We offer full induction days for individuals or groups on the national clinical audit and patient outcomes programme (NCAPOP). Sessions are delivered by an expert team ensuring broad learning and insight into national clinical audit.
“Superb day. Absolutely outstanding. Wonderful”
James Klewe, Trust Clinical Lead, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust
What does it involve?
Induction days cover a range of topics, including:
- Introduction to the NCAPOP
- National clinical audit benchmarking
- The relationship between national clinical audit, HQIP, NHSE, CQC and other programmes for example Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT)
- Understanding outliers and actions Trusts should take
- Quality improvement
- Working with NHS Trust providers
- An overview of recent publication and those pending including different types of outputs
- The Quality Accounts List of audits – dealing with topic selection at NHS Trust level
- Resources to help Trusts including an introduction to The Directory
Who is the training relevant to?
People working in NHS Trusts including:
- Those working in clinical audit roles – for example in clinical audit departments or inputting and contributing data to national clinical audits
- Medical directors and directors of nursing
- Chief medical officers and chief nurses
- Clinical audit leads
- Trust Boards including non-executive directors
What will you get out of this training?
- Expert workshop
- Resource booklet to take away
- Up to date reference list
- CPD HQIP certificate
We can provide bespoke induction days for directorates – for example medical directorates or maternity units – focusing on situation specific publication and outputs.
We can also deliver bespoke package for roles from trainee level through senior clinical level roles or on specific audits or reviews.
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