|What is clinical governance?
|a framework which helps all clinicians including nurses to continually safeguard and improve standards of care
|Name 2 major documents involved in clinical governance
|NMC Code of Conduct (2015) Kennedy Report (Bristol Royal Infirmary deaths in children's cardiac surgery) (1984-1993)
|What are the 4 aims of clinical governance and the overlying message?
|providing the right care to patients by the right staff in the right way at the right time and always aiming to provide the best service
|Can you name any of the 7 pillars?
|Can you name the main document that supports clinical practice and patient focus?
|Fundamentals of Care (2003)
|What is the main message from the NMC 2015 that impacts Clinical governance?
|You put the interests of people using or needing nursing or midwifery services first.
|How can we ensure staff practice high quality care?
|Revalidation/personal development Supporting Whistle blowing
|What else is the focus of CG?
|Information sharing - effective record keeping, adhering to Caldicott and Freedom of Information act Keep clear records
|What are the 6 components of Quality?
|Access Relevance to need Effectiveness Equity Acceptability Efficiency
|Name 3 activities that lead to QI and 3 documents used for high quality care.
|Risk assessment Audit Clinical leadership NICE, NSF, local policy
|Do we have an organisation to help deliver better care?
|Yes; 1000 lives and 1000 lives +
|What is the aim of clinical governance?
|The aim is to raise awareness of improvement
|Can you name 3 things students can do to help with CG?
|Listen to Patients Work as a team Measurement – not all changes are improvements
|What 2 things should 1st year students focus on?
|Managing patient information Patient focus