Case study: involving patient representatives in trust-wide clinical audit groups

Case Studies, Patient Focused Reports | Published: 01 Jan 2014

A 2014 case study from Kent Community Health NHS Trust on involving Patient representatives in a trust-wide clinical audit group.

This submission demonstrates:

  • recruitment processes for patient representatives;
  • managing PPI in clinical audit and learning; and
  • development in PPI.

 

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Case study: involving patient representatives in trust-wide clinical audit groups