News

14/10/21

Bi-annual report published

We are pleased to announce that we have published our Bi-annual report today. The report produced by outgoing chair Carl Walker summarises the work and successes from our networks from the last two years. Please take time to read, share and be proud of the report as this is the result of everyone’s hard work and commitment during extremely difficult times.

Link to Bi-annual report

26/8/21

Please join us…..

http://forum.nqican.org.uk/

Our forum is open to all network members and NHS colleagues.

01/07/2021

Call for Co-opted Members

We are currently looking for members of our regional clinical audit / QI networks to represent the following areas as co-opted members at our quarterly meetings:-

• Ambulance Trust

• Primary Care

• Care home / Hospice

• Prison Service

If you are a clinical audit network member, work in any of these areas and are interested in joining us to play an active part in our virtual quarterly meetings please email us your expression of interest to nqi.can1@nhs.net before 1st August 2021.

For further details about our quarterly meetings and our governance please see below:

24th June 2021

Clinical Audit Awareness Week is moving

HQIP supported by ourselves (N-QI-CAN) have agreed not to hold Clinical Audit Awareness week (CAAW) in November this year. HQIP is exploring the feasibility of hosting CAAW in Spring 2022.
N-QI-CAN regional chairs provided useful feedback recently highlighting that November is typically a challenging month for Trusts as winter pressures begin to mount and this year is expected to be even busier with the anticipated focus on restoration and recovery from the pandemic.
If CAAW takes place in 2022 we hope that Trusts will be in a better position and have more capacity to engage with the week. By this time, the new N-QI-CAN chair and general secretary will be in post and be able to support CAAW.
If trusts hold their own celebratory events outside of CAAW, whenever their own capacity allows and it is safe to do so, then we would still like to know about these and you are welcome to use the hashtag #CAAW (link)

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