2 edition of Clinical audit in the nursing and therapy professions found in the catalog.
Clinical audit in the nursing and therapy professions
Karin Von Degenberg
|Statement||Karin Von Degenberg.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Department of Health.|
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Clinical audit is a cyclical process Clinical audit in the nursing and therapy professions book the identification of a topic, setting standards, comparing practice with the standards, implementing changes and monitoring the effect of those changes (CSP a). Further information about clinical audit can be found in New Principles of Best Practice in Clinical Audit (Burgess ).
This book provides a clear and practical guide to implementing a clinical audit in practice. Divided into three parts, it introduces and contextualizes what a clinical audit is and how it fits in with other strategies such as evidence-based practice.
ThePages: This book will provide a clear and practical guide to implementing clinical audit in practice. Divided into three parts, it introduces and contextualises what clinical audit is and how it fits in with other strategies such as evidence-based practice.
ThePages: A postal survey of staff (doctors, nurses, midwives, health visitors, therapy professionals, senior managers and clinical audit staff) was conducted in three English hospital and community Author: Dorothy Whittington. This chapter discusses the principles of clinical audit and explains the reasons for conducting audit in clinical practice settings.
The six key steps of the clinical audit cycle are outlined: 1. Identification of the problem, 2. Definition of the standard, 3. Data collection, 4. Data analysis, 5. Practice improvement, and 6. Sustainability and re-audit.
The chapter also provides an. Get this from a library. Making use of clinical audit: a guide to practice in the health professions.
[Maurice Kogan; Sally J Redfern; Anémone Kober;] -- Making Use of Clinical Audit is based on a project sponsored by the Department of Health which was undertaken in collaboration with members of professional bodies representing clinical psychology.
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The use of complementary therapies is exploding, increasing the pressure to establish a rigorous science to support its practice. Clinical Research in Complementary Therapies: Principles, Problems and Solutions provides students with the tools they need to research complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) and so fill this gap.
Essential for both Pages: Clinical governance requires us to have up-to-date systematic evidence of what is being done. While clinical audit is effective, not all practice can be subject to constant audit. We therefore need to build a portfolio of measures to help us. Complaints, incidents, accidents, performance indicators, individual projects and peer review should be.
3. Achieving Change in Clinical Governance. Quality Initiatives - The Process of Clinical Effectiveness. Part 1, Research and Development and Guideline Formation. Quality Initiatives - The Process of Clinical Effectiveness. Part 2, Getting the Evidence into Practice (Evidence Based Practice, Care Pathways and Clinical Audit).
: This book brings together key authors with a track record in R and D in clinical nursing practice or health services research and who are pioneers in taking forward R and D. The emphasis through- out the book is on reader-friendliness, by using accessible language and a wealth of illustrative examples drawn from clinical practice.
Crash Course Medical Research, Audit and Teaching: the Essentials for Career Success, 2nd EditionPages: Advanced Practice in Nursing and the Allied Health Professions enables nurses and members of allied health professions to effectively diagnose and treat patients, in a wide variety of settings.
It is especially relevant in regions where access to other health providers is limited. This new, completely revised, third edition shows how advanced practice continues to Author: Paula Mcgee.
* Explains exactly what clinical governance means to the health care professions * Gives clinical examples from different areas of practice, showing how the principles of clinical governance can be applied in practice * Draws on national policies and initiatives to explain the theoretical structure underpinning clinical initiatives * Applicable to all sectors of the health service.
James Dunn outlines the process of clinical audit, arguing that regular clinical audit, at local level, empowers clinicians, improves patient care and provides robust grounds for defence against complaints.
In a second article, to be published in the April issue of In Practice, he will use antimicrobial prescription as an example to illustrate the application of clinical audit Cited by: 8.
Clinical auditproject Theclinical auditprojectis concernedwith the development of audit in four thera-peutic professions: clinical psychology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and speech and language therapy.
Commis-sioned by the Department ofHealth, the work is being carried out by experienced social science researchers and policyAuthor: Maurice Kogan, Sally Redfern.
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About the Book The use of complementary therapies is exploding, increasing the pressure to establish a rigorous science to support its practice. Clinical Research in Complementary Therapies: Principles, Problems and Solutions provides students with the tools they need to research complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) and so fill this gap.Addresses the six key elements of the clinical governance agenda.
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