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An Introduction to Significant Event Audit

An Introduction to Significant Event Audit

An Introduction to Significant Event Audit

Tracy Ruthven  Director, Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited and Stephen Ashmore  Director, Clinic
Tracy Ruthven Director, Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited and Stephen Ashmore Director, Clinic
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 17 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 01 May 2018

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Description

This session will assist general practitioners and their staff in understanding the origins and importance of significant event audit (SEA). For practical application see session - How to Perform Significant Event Audit Successfully in Your Practice.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• List key historical events relevant to the development of SEA
• Explain why SEA is useful to practising healthcare professionals
• Define SEA and list a range of events that should be examined using the SEA process
• Specify why SEA is relevant to your work and explain why and how SEA will help improve patient care and safety
• Illustrate similarities and differences between SEA and clinical audit
Tracy Ruthven  Director, Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited and Stephen Ashmore  Director, Clinic

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Tracy Ruthven Director, Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited and Stephen Ashmore Director, Clinic
on behalf of Health Education England

Tracy Ruthven -
Tracy is a co-director of the Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited, an independent team which provides advice and expertise in all fields of clinical governance. Tracy has worked with many GP practices to help them establish effective significant event audit processes and the Clinical Audit Support Centre have developed an accredited qualification in significant event audit. The Clinical Audit Support Centre have also worked closely with the National Patient Safety Agency, undertaking project work examining the quality and content of SEA reports produced by practice teams. For more information, visit www.clinicalauditsupport.com

Stephen Ashmore -
Stephen is a co-director of the Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited, an independent team which provides advice and expertise in all fields of clinical governance. Stephen has worked with many GP practices to help them establish effective significant event audit processes and the Clinical Audit Support Centre have developed an accredited qualification in significant event audit. The Clinical Audit Support Centre have also worked closely with the National Patient Safety Agency, undertaking project work examining the quality and content of SEA reports produced by practice teams. For more information, visit www.clinicalauditsupport.com

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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