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Clinical Audit TV

Clinical Audit Support Centre positively promote clinical audit by sharing examples of best practice in the field. In 2007 we launched our podcasting service and this has been extremely popular since its inception. With most healthcare professionals and many patients now able to access the internet we have launched Clinical Audit TV. This resource enables anyone with the ability to get online to watch educational materials relating to clinical audit at any time they choose. We update this part of our website when time allows. In the spirit of sharing best practice we also make the resources on Clinical Audit TV available via YouTube so that patients and the public can access these materials with ease. Please let us know what you think of this service and if you have any suggestions in relation to films you would like to see or if you wish to collaborate with us, contact us via info@clinicalauditsupport.com

Taking Clinical Audit to the Next Level

This 20-minute film provides Clinical Audit Support Centre’s personal view of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’ of Clinical Audit in 2016. In addition, we focus on how we believe clinical audit could be significantly moved forward and supply seven key recommendations, including: the diversification of the national clinical audit programme and more investment into local clinical audit.

Clinical audit in action film 8: Neck of Femur Fractures Audit

This eight-minute film is narrated by Dr. Narin Suleyman and is entitled “An Audit of Time to X-ray in Neck of Femur Fractures”. The project audited care against a College of Emergency Medicine clinical standard and was awarded the Martin Ferris clinical audit prize at CASC’s 2014 junior doctor awards.

Clinical audit in action film 7: Improving Medical Handover

This ten-minute film is narrated by Dr. Aamir Saifuddin and Dr. Lucia Magee and is entitled “Chase CRP, Review Patient”: Improving the Quality of out of hours Medical Handover. The project was awarded CASC’s clinical audit of the year at the annual junior doctors awards in 2014.

Clinical audit in action film 6: Falling rates or falling flat?

This twelve minute film is narrated by Dr. Rebecca Gibson and provides details of her clinical audit project that won CASC’s 2012 clinical audit of the year award. The project focused on the important subject of falls and was conducted by a small team including Rebecca, Dr Heaney and Ms K. Hull

Clinical audit in action film 5: Audiology referrals to the ENT department

This nine minute film is narrated by Dr. Tom Mawby and provides details of the clinical audit project that he carried out with Mr Gupta and Mr Chawdhary. The audit was awarded 2nd place in CASC’s junior doctor clinical audit of year competition in 2012.

Clinical audit in action film 4: Night time emergency department secondment

This eight minute film is narrated by Dr. Rich Williams and provides details of the clinical audit project that he carried out with Dr Hope. The audit won our prestigious Martin Ferris Award in 2012.

Clinical audit in action film 3: Standardising routine neonatal checks

This eight-minute film is narrated by Dr Gemma Gough and Dr Abigail Gee and provides full details of their clinical audit project looking at standardising routine neonatal checks, their documentation and adherence to NICE guidelines. The audit was voted 3rd place as part of CASC’s 2011 Junior Doctor Clinical Audit of the Year competition.

Clinical audit in action film 2: An apple a day keeps VTE at bay

This ten minute film is narrated by Dr Katie Eyre and provides full details of the clinical audit project that she carried out with her fellow doctors: Hanna L., Maughan E., Fawcett N. and Reckless I. The audit was voted overall winner of CASC’s 2011 Junior Doctor Clinical Audit of the Year competition.

Clinical audit in action film 1: Hip Blocks in Proximal Femoral Fractures

This ten minute film is narrated by Mrs Debbie Lees and Mr William Harrison and provides full details of the clinical audit project that that won the prestigious Martin Ferris Award as part of CASC’s 2011 Junior Doctor Clinical Audit of the Year competition.

The state of clinical audit – 2013 report

This 35-minute presentation provides detailed feedback from CASC’s December 2012 annual survey looking at the state of clinical audit. The survey was established in 2010 and features feedback on local and national audit, resourcing and patient involvement.

CASC's Recipe for effective clinical audit

To link to the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership's Audit Tea Break idea as part of their Clinical Audit Awareness Week in October 2013, CASC produced this fun film that suggests how clinical audit can learn from approaches taken by top chefs and bakers.

Truly inspirational clinical audit

This short film narrated by Carl Walker and Tracy Ruthven provides an insight into the truly inspirational clinical audit and wider quality improvement work that has been carried out as part of the Leicester-Gondar Medical Link initiative. The film illustrates how an Ethiopian Hospital has established clinical audit as part of its day-to-day operations by drawing on support from colleagues in Leicester.

Teaching clinical audit to healthcare staff in Ethiopia

This short film features Stephen Ashmore explaining the clinical audit training he and Tracy Ruthven facilitated in Gondar (Ethiopia) in December 2011. The film explains how staff with no previous experience of clinical audit grasped the key concepts and worked in groups to develop a range of excellent local audit projects.

How to undertake a successful clinical audit

The third film provides a brief overview of the clinical audit process and includes a step-by-step guide to undertaking a successful local audit project. The film is simple and uncomplicated and includes a number of hints and practical tips for those carrying out clinical audits.

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Duration: 9:54

A short guide to the work of the Clinical Audit Support Centre

The second film was released in January 2009 and provides more detailed information relating to the work of the Clinical Audit Support Centre. The film provides details of work that we undertake and information on organisations that we have collaborated with.

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Duration: 2:57

Florence Nightingale – Clinical Audit Pioneer

The first film looks at the work of Florence Nightingale during the Crimean War of 1854-6. The film provides a summary of Nightingale’s work and details how she used quality improvement techniques to drastically improve the care given to British soldiers.

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Duration: 3:07

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