Great engagement with NOCA Clinical Audit Ambassadors campaign
We wanted to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication and commitment to clinical audit of our local hospital NOCA Audit Coordinators, Clinical Leads, those who enter audit data for NOCA audits at hospital level and members of NOCA Audit Governance Committee and the NOCA Governance Board. From the 13th-17th June 2022, we shared photos and videos about the important work they do on Twitter.
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During Clinical Audit Awareness Week, taking place from the 13th-17th June 2022, we wanted to show our appreciation for the dedication and commitment to clinical audit of our local hospital NOCA Audit Coordinators, Clinical Leads, those who enter audit data for NOCA audits at hospital level and members of NOCA Governance Committees and the NOCA Governance Board. Clinical Audit Awareness Week is a campaign, run by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and National Quality Improvement (incl. Clinical Audit) Network (N-QI-CAN) in the UK, to promote and celebrate the benefits and impact of clinical audit and quality improvement work in healthcare.
Clinical Audit is a vital part of healthcare, and those involved in it strive to improve services for our patients on a daily basis. Without these essential people, NOCA audits would not be possible.
From Monday 13th to Friday 17th June, we posted individual submissions across the day, highlighting the amazing staff in hospitals across Ireland who work with NOCA audits. In all, there are 30 submissions, containing over 70 individuals from 20 hospitals involved in our audits. They generously told us about their roles and why clinical audit is important to them. We work with amazing teams around the country, a lot not represented here, but they are all NOCA Clinical Audit Ambassadors.
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