Clinical Audit, where veterinary surgeons review their practice against standards and identify solutions, is now recognised as an effective mechanism for improving the quality of patient care. Audit is essential to provide a structure to reflect and change.
Course Code: VCPDUCAC
Prof Mark Bowen BVetMed MMedSci (MedEd) PhD CertVA CertEM (IntMed) DipACVIM-LAIM FRCVS
Dr Gayle Hallowell MA VetMB PhD CertVA DipACVIM-LAIM DipACVECC PFHEA MRCVS
Dr John Burford MA VetMB PhD CertVA CertES MRCVS
The course includes one hour pre-course and two hour post-course assignments, making a total of 10 hours CPD and includes lectures and workshops.
This course will enable the practitioner to understand clinical audit and appreciate the important role of audit in veterinary practice as outlined by the RCVS as well as improve the health of patients by addressing the causes of sub-optimal outcomes in patient care.
Required delegate attributes
This course is open to all practising veterinary surgeons and practice managers.