National Audit seeks Patient and Public Involvement
Provide a patient perspective to national emergency bowel surgery audit
Link to organisation:
The information about every patient having emergency bowel surgery in England and Wales is reported as a yearly report and also made available in a way that is fully accessible by patients and their families. In order to do this well, it is important that the voices of those who use emergency surgical services in England and Wales are listened to. We require patient/public input into:
• patient communications
• topics of importance
• lay review of audit documents
5th July 2021
5th September 2021
Health Services Research Centre, Royal College of Anaesthetists
The Health Services Research Centre (HSRC) is the national centre of excellence for health services research to define, evaluate and improve quality in anaesthesia, perioperative care and pain management.
The aims of are:
Initiating and coordinating large scale clinical audits and quality improvement initiatives
Conducting and facilitating research to improve patient outcomes
Expanding opportunities for supporting anaesthetists in research and quality improvement
All of England
Identifying and prioritising
What support is offered?
You will be supported by the NELA project team
You will receive payment in line with NIHR PPI guidelines
All out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed or paid by the project
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?