NOCA Clinical Audit Ambassadors

We want to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication and commitment to clinical audit of our local hospital NOCA Audit Coordinators and Clinical Leads and those who enter audit data for NOCA audits at hospital level. Without you, NOCA audits would not be possible. You are our NOCA Clinical Audit Ambassadors.

From the 13th-17th June 2022, we want to share photos and videos from you about the important work you do. These photos and videos will be displayed during Clinical Audit Awareness Week across our social media and website. Each submission will get an individual post throughout the week on our social media.

Submission Guidelines:

  • This campaign is open to local hospital NOCA Audit Coordinators and Clinical Leads; those who enter audit data for NOCA audits at hospital level; and key link people involved in the National Audit of Hospital Mortality.
  • You can submit a video of yourself (max length 2 minutes 20 seconds) – this can be recorded on your phone or on your computer via Zoom/MS Teams (If you need any assistance with this, just get in touch with us at auditinfo@noca.ie). You can discuss your role, why clinical audit is important to you and/or anything you are particularly proud of in your role.
  • You can submit a photo of yourself, with a couple of lines about your role and why clinical audit is important to you (max 50 words).
  • If you are not comfortable sharing a photo or video, you can share a couple of lines about your role and why clinical audit is important to you (max 50 words).
  • Group photos and videos can also be accepted.
  • Please ensure you mention the audit/s you are involved with, role (as defined in the first bullet point) and hospital.
  • All submissions must be received by 5pm on Wednesday 8th June to ensure they are included, with the consent form completed. See button below for Consent Form. These can be sent to auditinfo@noca.ie
  • If you use Twitter, and you are happy to do so, share you Twitter handle with us so we can ensure you are tagged in your post when it goes out.

We want to say thank you for all you do for clinical audit.

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.