Webinar: How to get ahead in conducting clinical audits
The webinar will answer common queries about conducting clinical audits.
An audit assesses if a certain aspect of health care is attaining a recognised standard. This lets care providers and patients know where their service is doing well, and where there could be improvements. The aim is to achieve quality improvement and improve outcomes for patients. Auditing is a vital part of any medical CV and it’s never too early to start undertaking audits and getting involved in the audit process.
This webinar, on Wednesday 18 November is aimed at future surgeons and will give insights and tips on how to get started on clinical audits, how to make the most of your involvement and how to maximise the impact of audits both from a personal and professional point of view.
Chaired by RCS Council Member, Ahmed Ahmed and joined by foundation trainee and Future Surgeons Forum member, Aagat Sharma don’t miss the opportunity to join the discussion and ask your own questions during the Q&A at the end of the webinar.
More details to follow.
You will be able to join the discussion by submitting your own questions to our panel during the Q&A session.
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*This webinar is free for all RCS and FDS members and fellows, and costs £15 for non-members. Find out about all the benefits of RCS membership and affiliate membership and how you can join here.
You have the opportunity of becoming an RCS affiliate member for the yearly fee of £15. One of the many benefits of an RCS affiliate membership is free attendance to all RCS webinars. More information can be found at this link.
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