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Audit If you have been working within the NHS for any length of time you will almost certainly have encountered the concept of audit. Indeed audit is now an established part of clinical practice having been identiﬁed as one of the six pillars of clinical governance (1). So what is audit? NICE provides the following deﬁnition of 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.
To check adherence to guidelines). g. to alter patient outcomes). Having a clear idea of what you want to achieve from your audit is very important as this will help you establish the data you require and design your data collection tools. Most importantly of all, be honest with yourself—do you know what you want to achieve from the audit? Are you capable of designing and undertaking the work? Do you have the time and the resources? Do not be afraid to ask for help from senior colleagues or from your local audit department.
28). With the collection of initial observation data the researcher will develop questions and hypotheses, which need to be tested in order to understand what has been observed. This process involves both the development and use of interviews, which can be structured, semi-structured, or unstructured and may be applied formally or through spontaneous questioning with relevant people. Sampling There are two important parts to the sampling process in ethnographic research. The ﬁrst is to decide how to access the culture of interest.