Clinical Audit Teaching Toolkit

STOP PRESS: new teaching toolkit

We are delighted to be able to announce that after the huge success of our Clinical Audit Teaching Toolkit (a resource that was commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership in 2011 and that provides those who wish to train and teach others in clinical audit with a full range of games, activities and resources that will appeal to all learning styles) we have now developed a brand new toolkit!

The new resource will be released this Autumn and features 12 new activities. Most importantly of all, we are delighted to be able to reveal that the new resource will include seven new activities for clinical audit and five for using within your quality improvement training sessions. As ever, the new activities focus on teaching best practice in a practical, fun and learner-centred way.

We will share more details in terms of the content of the new resource soon. For those interested in finding out more, we will be holding a one-day training event in Leicester on 5 November. The flyer for this is event is available here. Please note that as this new resource is not centrally sponsored by HQIP only organisations that attend our new Train the Trainer in Clinical Audit course will be licensed to use the new materials.

Meanwhile, all the materials from the original toolkit are available below.

How the CATT works

Access to the Clinical Audit Teaching Toolkit is freely available to everyone, here. Please be aware that there are in effect two parts to the CATT. Part one is the 56-page guide. Within this we devote a number of pages to each resource and you will find: a description, details of what you need to facilitate, when to use the resource, an approximate estimate of the time required and tips for trainers. In addition to the guide, you will also need to download materials from this website in order to conduct particular activities. Please see below for further details but as an example: resource three is the ‘RASE’ activity that helps learners better understand the subtle differences between research, clinical audit and service evaluation. The guide provides details of how to facilitate the RASE activity but you will need to download PowerPoint slides below and then print and laminate these to use the activity in your teaching workshop. Note: not all resources have associated materials to download but full details appear below.

CATT resources

Resource 1: Florence Nightingale Film

Click here for the film

Click here for the Florence Nightingale handout

Resource 2: Attitude to Clinical Audit

Click here for the survey

Click here for the presenter slides

Resource 3: Research, Audit, Service evaluation (RASE)

Click here for laminated cards

Click here for the presenter slides

Click here for handout

Resource 4: Draw the Audit Process

Click here for the presenter slides

Resource 5: The Clinical Audit Race Game

Click here for laminated cards

Click here for handout with answers

Resource 6: ‘Chocolate Box’ criteria and standards

Click here for task and instruction sheet

Click here for sample answers

Resource 7: Structure, Process and Outcome Conundrum

Click here for laminated cards

Click here for presenter slides (answers)

Resource 8: Sample size experiment

Click here for task and instruction sheet

Click here for the presenter slides

Click here for handout

Resource 9: Data Analysis – hit or miss?

Click here for task and instruction sheet

Resource 10: The Clinical Audit Report Builder

Click here for laminated cards

Click here for the presenter slides

Click here for handout

Resource 11: The Life Audit

Click here for task and instruction sheet one

Click here for task and instruction sheet two

Resource 12: Critiquing Clinical Audit

Click here for CASC’s clinical audit critique

Click here for HQIP’s best practice checklist for a clinical audit

Resource 13: Audit in Action – Short Films

Click here to access short audit films created by CASC

Resource 14: Blankety Tweet

Click here for the presenter slides

Resource 15: Barriers to Clinical Audit Ladder

Click here for laminated cards

Click here for voting card

Click here for scorecard to aggregate results

Resource 16: Turning Haters into Lovers

Click here for task and instruction sheet

Resource 17: Clinical Audit Mythbusters

Click here for the presenter slides

Click here for presenter notes

Resource 18: The A to Z of Clinical Audit

Click here for presenter handout

Resource 19: Clinical Audit Quiz Generator

Click here for the presenter slides

Click here for paper-based quiz example

Resource 20: Fun Clinical Audit Tiebreakers

Click here for the presenter slides

Contact

Clinical Audit Support Centre Limited
Blaby Business Centre
33 Leicester Road
Blaby
Leicester, LE8 4GR

T: 0116 264 3411
E: info@clinicalauditsupport.com