#CAAW24 event recordings now available

Published: 08 Jul 2024

We are delighted to share that the recordings and presentations from the events hosted by HQIP during Clinical Audit Awareness Week are now available:

NHS IMPACT & HQIP quality improvement event

NHS IMPACT and Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) teamed up for this online event about all things quality improvement on Wednesday 26th June 2024. We were delighted that over 200 people attended to hear Ailsa Brotherton, Improvement Director for NHS IMPACT, share more about the role her team plays in supporting quality improvement, alongside HQIP’s Associate Director, Clare Fountain, who hosted a Q&A session with Professor Brotherton. Attendees also had the opportunity to hear from two case studies of quality improvement in action:

  • Samatha Dottin from Diabetes UK, along with Caroline Jowett and Diane Robinson from NHS England North East and Yorkshire Region, who shared details of their collaborative project which aims to influence change and achieve improvement
  • 2023 Clinical Audit Awareness Week winner Amy Baker from Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, who updated attendees on the on-going impact of her award-winning project, one year on.

🎉 The slides and recording for this event can be found below:

From Audit to Impact (A case study: Cancer)

This event on Thursday 27th June 2024 offered a unique opportunity to understand more about the collaborative approach to clinical audit taken by the National Cancer Audit Collaborating Centre (NATCAN). Hosted by HQIP’s Caroline Rogers, attendees were given a demonstration of the data quality report for the ‘new’ audits and heard about the future direction of the Centre, with a demonstration of its data dashboard. There was also an opportunity to ask questions, as part of a live Q&A.

🎉 The slides and recording for this event can be found below:

Conversation with Stella Vig

We were delighted that Stella Vig, National Medical Director for Secondary Care and Quality at NHS England joined HQIP’s Clinical Fellow, Claudia Snudden on Friday 28th June 2024, to share her insights into the value of clinical audit and quality improvement within the NHS, and answer questions as part of a live Q&A.

🎉 The recording for this event can be found here.

Lunch & Learn recordings

The recordings and presentations from the five Clinical Audit Awareness Week Lunch & Learn events, hosted by NQICAN, are also available to view via the HQIP website.

Further information

You can find out all about all the Clinical Audit Heroes Award winners here, with more information about the wider Clinical Audit Awareness Week campaign here.