Using data as evidence in Clinical Audit is becoming increasingly valuable as the NHS becomes more digitised. Andrea Gibbons is a quality improvement advisor at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust. They help the NHS better use evidence, knowledge, and best practice in quality improvement.

In 2019 the quality improvement evidence service in Somerset won the Collaboration Award at the Institute of Continuous Improvement in Public Services. In this session from The National Clinical Audit Event 2021: Driving Quality Improvement in Patient Care, Andrea shared the improvement strategy of the Somerset NHS Foundation Trust. They presented the value of evidence-based, and data-driven quality improvement strategies.

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Using evidence-based data in Clinical Audit is at the heart of quality improvement at the Somerset NHS Foundation Trust. Andrea Gibbons shares the clinical improvement strategies of the Somerset Trust.

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