This site has been established to disseminate information about the
work of the group, and to provide assistance to veterinary surgeons involved
in the audit process
This group was established in 2004, following on from the work pioneered
by the SPVS Masters Group (see www.vetgp.co.uk).
Our vision - The
development of a culture where clinical audit is a routinely utilised and
valued tool in aiding progression and control of the veterinary profession
- To overcome some of the
barriers to the introduction of audit within the veterinary profession.
- To give some structure
to the initial integration of audit into the profession.
- To un-tap the
potential for audit within the profession
- To produce a guide to
- To undertake relevant
areas of research to improve understanding in this area
- To initiate routes
- for sharing of
information on audit
- to allow
collaboration of data
- to share best
- to provide a forum
of discussion around clinical audit
- to facilitate, where
appropriate, all of the above.
- To prevent
duplication of effort within the profession i.e. co-ordinate with
other bodies with a common goal.
Post-surgical neutering complications audit
This is an
opportunity for you to set up a simple audit to measure post-operative
complications of neutering, and to share your data anonymously with others
to find out how you are performing.
For more details click here >>
Veterinary clinical audit discussion
We are building up an email list of veterinarians and other support
staff interested in audit. Initially, this will be a very
unstructured form of contact, but in time we hope it will form the basis of
an active discussion group. If you would like to join this list, please
click on the link below, add ing your practice
and personal details to the email.
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