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January 2017 - New and Updated Guidance includes Maternity Antenatal/labour/Triage and Neonatal. Also Sexual Health, Prisons,Substance Misuse, Tissue Viability and Urinary Incontinence.
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Guidance Published by Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership - Guide to involving junior doctors in clinical audit and quality improvement. Junior doctors are expected to carry out clinical audits or quality improvement projects to meet their training requirements. This guide is intended to help people responsible for clinical audit and QI in NHS Trusts to provide appropriate support for these activities. This guide is intended to help people responsible for clinical audit and QI in NHS Trusts to provide support for Junior Doctors to carry out clinical audits or quality improvement projects.
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What is Quality Improvement in NHS Forth Valley?

Quality Improvement in NHS FV is about achieving the following priorities
  • Improving safety and reducing avoidable harm
  • Delivery patient centred services and improving patient and family experience of care
  • Improving clinical effectiveness and demonstrating delivery of best outcomes of care
  • Improving efficiency and productivity reducing waits and waste
  • Demonstrating improvement
  • Demonstrating an organisation that listens and learns