Audit in Mental Health Services
At last, a book to take practitioners in the mental health field through the various steps involved in successful clinical audit. This book, which includes individual and team exercises, is designed to help select topics for audit, to understand the most appropriate methods, to set standards, understand the significance of outcomes, and to bring about changes as a result. It is a practical guide to the analyses of health care, both for those working within a professional group, and for those in multidisciplinary teams. The book will be invaluable for all mental health professionals - psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists, psychiatric social workers - and purchaser or provider managers interested in clinical audit and the measurement of quality more generally.
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