Clinical audits should be regularly undertaken by all health professional. They involve a review of some aspect of clinical practice and represent an essential first step to identifying problems and inefficiencies for improvement.

This Handbook is an opportunity to support audit processes for those needing training or a refreshment in methodology. It is also useful for those planning to conduct other types of surveys. The Handbook is a deliberately generic and open access guide that is suitable for students and staff from any clinical discipline.

The resource has been developed by the Research Education Program, Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS), Western Australia. It is open for anyone to access, but we ask that you provide some basic information for reporting purposes. 

Please complete the form below, which will then take you to the Clinical Audit Handbook as a searchable PDF document.

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