Client Login

2017 junior doctor competitions are now open!

Image

In 2010 the Clinical Audit Support Centre decided that there was a great opportunity to celebrate and share the clinical audit work carried out by junior doctors based in the United Kingdom and so our annual awards were born. In 2013 we acknowledged the increasing number of juniors undertaking quality improvement projects (as opposed to standards-based clinical audit) and thus increased the number of awards available. This year the competition is in its eighth year and is now well established. The number and quality of submissions continues to rise and many previous finalists and winners have had their work published. This year we opened submissions on 1 May and entrants have until the end of August to submit their abstract. For full details of the 2017 awards, please download the entry details here.

Hall of Fame for winning junior doctor posters

2016

Martin Ferris Clinical Audit Award winner

An audit of haemoglobin assessment after post-operative blood transfusion in patients with hip fracture
Llewellyn O, Barnes P, Nadimi J, Yates J, McCann J
Warrington Hospital

View poster

Clinical Audit of the Year – winner

Improving inpatient sleep on an acute medical ward
Zou D, Chin A, Atkins J, King A
Nottingham University Hospital

View poster

Quality Improvement Project of the Year winner

Please don’t shock me: a project on implantable cardioverter defibrillators at the end of life care and DNAR
Javaid M, Squirrell S, Chineah M, Hughes K, Farooqi F
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals

View poster

2015

Martin Ferris Clinical Audit Award winner

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and the need for routine group and save
Miss S Wardle, Dr. S Lyons and Mr. S Gopalswamy
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

View poster

Clinical Audit of the Year – winner

Improving the quality of discharge summaries on the stroke unit
Dr. P Mehta, Dr. J Bailey and Dr. K Khadjooi
Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge

View poster

Quality Improvement Project of the Year winner

Referral Finder: Improving in-hospital referrals in Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
Dr. J Cathcart and Dr. N Cowan
NHS Tayside

View poster

2014

Martin Ferris Clinical Audit Award winner

Curing the delay to diagnosis in hip fracture
Dr. R Richardson, Dr. Z Mohammed, Dr. N Brennan
The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust

View poster

Clinical Audit of the Year – winner

“Chase CRP”, “Review patient”: Improving the quality of out-of-hours medical handover at a London Teaching Hospital
Dr. A Saifuddin, Dr. L Magee, Dr. R Barrett
Charing Cross Hospital, London

View poster

Quality Improvement Project of the Year winner

Dr Toolbox; an online directory providing a national solution to a local problem
Dr. J Houston, Dr. W Barker, Dr. E Mew, Dr. I Qureshi
Health Education England

View poster

2013

Martin Ferris Clinical Audit Award winner

Verifying death, implementing a successful change in practice: A completed audit cycle
Dr. D. Wakefield and Dr. G. Osbourne
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

View poster

Clinical Audit of the Year winner

Mr J. Evans, Dr. C. Evans and Mr A. Armstrong
Don’t be a clot – ensure the prescription of out-patient VTE prophylaxis following lower limb arthroplasty
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

View poster

Quality Improvement Project of the Year winner

Dr. K. Wilson, D. Lyons, L. Palmer and Dr. D. Carson
Improving the Identity Checking of Theatre Specimens
South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust (Northern Ireland)

View poster

2012

Martin Ferris Clinical Audit Award winner

Dr. R. Williams and Dr. A. Hope
Night time emergency department secondment
Royal Navy and Royal Air Force

View poster

Clinical Audit of the Year winner

Dr. R. Gibson, Dr. A. Heaney and K. Hull
Falling rates or falling flat?
South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust (Northern Ireland)

View poster

2011

Martin Ferris Clinical Audit Award winner

Dr. D. Lees, Dr. W. Harrison and Dr M. Reed
Great cocktail without the hangover
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

View poster

Clinical Audit of the Year winner

Dr. E. Maughan, Dr. K Eyre, Dr. L. Hanna, Dr. N. Fawcett and Dr. I Reckless
An apple a day keeps VTE at bay
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

View poster

2010

Clinical Audit of the Year winner

Dr. S.Kreckler, Dr. A. MacQueen, Dr. K. Catchpole, Dr. A. Handa and Dr. P McCulloch
Improving DVT prophylaxis using a “lean’ approach: a new solution to an old problem
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

View poster

Top