Urgent and emergency care
When people are ill out of surgery hours, they need a responsive service that will establish a prompt and accurate diagnosis. The quality and safety of care out of hours is therefore very important.
Urgent and emergency care clinical audit toolkit
We were commissioned by Department of Health to develop this toolkit to support Out of Hours (OOH) providers in delivering effective clinical audit.
The toolkit aims to provide:
- practical guidance on the implementation of clinical audit in urgent and emergency care provider settings
- a framework for assessing the quality of individual provider-patient interactions, conducted as either telephone or face to face consultations
- exemplars that demonstrate how clinical audit contributes to the clinical governance and educational agendas and improves patient safety
Sepsis Top Tips for GPs and primary healthcare professionals
The top tips list below was produced by participants at the RCGP Sepsis London workshop in November 2016.
There are additional examples of clinical audits in out of hours care.
Clinical audits in out of hours care