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It allows them to compare their performance against a standard to see how they are doing and identify opportunities for improvement. Changes can then be made, followed by further audits to see if these changes have been successful.
Education, training and continuing professional development It is vital that staff caring for patients have the knowledge and skills they need to do a good job.
It is for that reason that they are given opportunities to update their skills to keep up with the latest developments as well as learn new skills. Evidence-based care and effectiveness Care for patients should be based on good quality evidence from research. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence NICE is responsible for providing national guidance on the promotion of good health and the prevention and treatment of ill health.
Patient and carer experience and involvement If the Trust is to offer the highest quality care it is important that we work in partnership with patients and carers.
This includes gaining a better understanding of the priorities and concerns of those who use our services by involving them in our work, including our policy and planning. One way we gain the views of patients and carers is through our patient and carer councils.
Staffing and staff management Staffing and staff management is vital to our ability to provide high-quality care. We need to have highly skilled staff, working in an efficient team and in a well supported environment. Links External websites will open in a new browser window. Listing should not be taken as endorsement of any kind.
We cannot guarantee that links to other websites will work all of the time, and we have no control over the availability of external web pages.Clinical Governance Improving the Continuing Education of Nurses – Myth or Reality? Nurse Management MSc Practice Development Nursing Practice Route Faculty of Community Studies, Law and Education The Manchester Metropolitan University Jean Rogers Tutor: Mary Shaw Submission Date: 8th August Word Count: Nursing has changed radically over the last two decades and is continuing .
Publication of A First Class Service placed quality improvement at the centre of the health policy stage. 1 The term clinical governance was used to capture the range of activities required to improve the quality of health services.
Central among these were the need for all NHS organisations to develop processes for continuously monitoring and improving the quality of health care and to.
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Clinical audit. Education, training and continuing professional development. Clinical Governance Improving the Continuing Education of Nurses – Myth or Reality?
Nursing has changed radically over the last two decades and is continuing to do so.
The department of health’s clinical governance support team defines clinical governance as: “A framework through which NHS organisations are accountable for continuously improving the quality of their services and safeguarding high standards of care by creating an environment in which excellence in clinical care can flourish” (3).
When. Clinical governance is a statutory requirement of NHS Boards Clinical Audit – “a quality improvement process that seeks to improve patient care and outcomes through systematic review of care against explicit criteria and the implementation of change”.