RCPCH Clinical Audit Programme
Clinical audit projects
As part of the College's strategy for clinical audit, we facilitate high-quality national audits to help improve patient care and outcomes. These audits engage relevant health professionals to systematically evaluate their practice against national standards.
Current clinical audits:
- National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP)
- National Epilepsy12 Audit
- National Paediatric Diabetes Audit
RCPCH is a collaborating partner in the following clinical audits:
Previous clinical audits:
Quality improvement projects
We also facilitate quality improvement projects which use various approaches to improve patient care and outcomes in a specific area.
Headsmart - reducing the length of time it takes to diagnose brain tumours in children.
Other useful resources
Clinical audit resources, documents and tools are available from the HQIP website.
Associated Publications, Resources and Links
- DeCon Audit Report
Care of children and young people presenting to hospital with a decreased conscious level report The final report ...
- National audit of neonatal care reveals more positive experiences, but variations remain in key health outcomes for newborns
More than three quarters (79%) of the parents of babies in neonatal units are seen by senior healthcare professionals ...
- National Neonatal Audit: Data 'crucial' to drive up standards
Audit finds improvements in care of newborns and their families – but some trusts falling short on submitting key data ...
- Variation in care for children with epilepsy revealed in first UK-wide audit
About 1 in 200 children in the UK are affected by epilepsy – yet the standard of care they receive remains variable, ...
- Results of the National Paediatric Diabetes Audit released
The quality of care for infants, children and young people with diabetes is at an eight-year high, according to the ...
- Epilepsy12 National Audit
epilepsy12 landing page (national epilepsy12 ...