Audit Service Provision in UK Hospital NHS Trusts

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Introduction: NHS trusts must provide suitable facilities and a supportive environment for clinical audit. According to NICE, trusts should provide adequate staff, funding, time, feedback and monitoring of audit activity.

Aims: To assess available facilities for clinical audit in NHS trusts in relation to current NICE guidelines.

Materials andMethods: A Telephone questionnaire study of19 local Acute Hospital NHS trusts.

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