Learning valuable lessons from clinical audits

An empty hospital ward of made beds

Two clinical governance audits have highlighted the positive changes in Croydon’s mental health acute inpatient bed use over three years, tracking improvements from service redesign. Caron Gaw, Croydon borough’s former head of psychology and Lauren Redrup, a support time and recovery worker for South London and Maudsley, explain the audits’ ...

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