2016-17 Clinical Audits
Severe sepsis and septic shock
How to register
Organisations wishing to participate in any of the RCEM 2016/17 Audits should complete and return this registration form
as soon as possible. The form must include an official purchase order and be signed by an authorised signatory.
Completed registration forms should be returned to email@example.com
Fees for participation in 2016/17 audits are charged according to the total number of audits your Trust has registered for. Please see the fee scale in the registration form
Data entry is open from 1 August 2015 until 31 January 2016. We have upgraded our IT and the new audit website address is: rcem.l2s2.com
. Please note that you will have to 'start' the audit by ticking to agree the T&Cs before you are able to start entering data. Once you have entered a record you only need to save it, all data will be automatically submitted on 31 Jan 2017.
Detailed guidance about using the audit website can be found in the RCEM Audits 2015-16 user guide
The national reports, ED reports and presentations will be published in 26 May 2017.
2016/17 RCEM national clinical audits
The three clinical audits to be run in 2017/18 will be:
- Procedural sedation
- Fractured neck of femur
- Pain in children
2015/16 RCEM national clinical audits
The national and site-specific reports were published in May 2016. The national reports can be downloaded from the Previous Audits page. Site-specific reports can be downloaded by registered users by logging into rcem.l2s2.com.
Urgent and Emergency Care Clinical Audit Toolkit
A learning tool to support the quality of urgent and emergency care services for patients was launched on 30th March 2011 by the Royal College of General Practitioners. Go to the Audit Guidance page for more information and to download the toolkit.
National Care of the Dying Audit for Hospitals in England
For the first time, a survey of bereaved relatives' views has been performed alongside organisational and clinical audit elements, as part of a national audit of care of the dying. The audit was delivered by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) in collaboration with the Marie Curie Palliative Care Institute Liverpool. The full national audit report and an executive summary can be downloaded from the RCP website
NCAPOP and Audit Resources
The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) manages and develops the National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP). In addition HQIP is developing guidance and resources to assist local clinical audit programmes. See more here
It is important for the College to maintain contact details for Consultants and administrators responsible for audit in their Departments in order to keep them informed of audit developments. Please notify the College administrator of any changes to your contact details (see details below).
Should you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone 020 7400 6108.