Clinical audit – a powerful tool to optimise care


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Clinical audit is a powerful tool to maximise therapeutic interventions in a continuing care setting, say the Robinson Ward team at Mile End Hospital. Their aim was to draw attention to the need for more staff, but the audit actually resulted in targets for activity time being achieved with no increase in staffing.
Author/s: Jennifer Ford
Vol: 11, Issue: 6, pp20-21





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