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Central Office: Clinical Audit Team, Trust Headquarters, Marlborough Street, Bristol BS1 3NU.

Stuart Metcalfe (0117 34) 23614 Clinical Audit and Effectiveness Manager 
Ann-Marie Burrows 01934 881200 Clinical Audit and Effectivenes Manager (Weston)
Isabella To (0117 34) 21522 Diagnostics and Therapy* (Bristol)
Fiona Clark (0117 34) 21523 Medicine, Emergency Dept, Cardiac Services, Oncology and Haematology (Bristol)
Chrissie Gardner (0117 34) 23746 Surgery, Anaesthetics and Critical Care, Dental, Ophthalmology (Bristol)
Richard Hancock (0117 34) 21524 Children's specialties (Bristol)
Jonathan Penny (0117 34) 23755 Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Neonatology, ENT, Clinical Genetics (Bristol)
Claire Hollingworth 01934 881200 All specialties (Weston)

 Note: if you are calling from inside the Trust, you only need to dial the last five digits of the numbers above.

Clinical Audit Facilitators should be your first point of call for practical advice about carrying out clinical audit projects.  Specifically, they will be able to help you to:

  • choose and prioritise clinical audit project topics
  • clarify the aims and objectives of your project
  • write standards to audit against
  • use appropriate clinical audit methodology.

And if required they can also help with:

  • creating data collection forms
  • analysing data
  • preparing a PowerPoint presentation of your results
  • supporting you to write a clinical audit project report.

The vast majority of audit activity progresses within divisions and their specialities, although some audits are organised centrally, e.g. Trust-wide audits, for which Dr Rachel Bradley is the Convenor.

*Where a Clinical Audit project involving specialities within the Diagnostics & Therapy division fits within the scope of one of the four clinical divisions (eg an audit of antibiotic use within surgical patients may be proposed by Pharmacy but relates to the Division of Surgery, Head & Neck), the audit should be registered and progressed within the relevant clinical division, as a multi-professional project, rather than registering under D&T.