Developing a clinical audit programme

Guidance | Published: 14 May 2020

The aim of this publication is to support healthcare providers in developing their clinical audit programme, with tools for ongoing management and annual review. A clinical audit programme should present a prioritised summary of planned clinical audit activity and outcomes, which is regularly updated and scrutinised in accordance with the provider’s clinical audit policy and strategy.

This guide is linked to, and should be read with Developing a clinical audit policy, Developing a clinical audit strategy’ and Documenting clinical audit – a guide to reporting and recording.

Don’t miss out. Sign up to be notified when this resource is updated and to receive updates about other related quality improvement resources, events and news from HQIP. Or you can  .

By continuing you agree to receive emails with updates and other information from HQIP and you are confirming you are over the age of 13.

Please read our privacy policy to understand how HQIP uses the information you provide, your use of HQIP’s website and your interaction with the marketing emails to improve the relevance of the communications we send you. You can unsubscribe at any time.

I have read and agree with the contents of the privacy policy.

Developing a clinical audit programme