Clinical audit received a mixed press when if was formalized as part of the health-core reforms in the early 1990s, and hers continued to mixed reviews ever since. However, the latest governmental stipulations on clinical governance envisage a revitalized role for clinical audit. This paper advises on avoiding some of the pitfalls that await the unwary in developing effective clinical audit projects.
|Number of pages
|The British Journal of Hospital Medicine
|Published - Oct 1999
- MEDICAL AUDIT