CLINICAL audit is a useful method of measuring and improving clinical effectiveness. In 2005, Bradley Viner examined the process as part of his Masters degree course in veterinary general practice and shared some of his findings (In Practice, 2005, vol 27, pp 215-218). He went on to research its application for his PhD, establishing an MSc group to assist with the process. Here, he provides an update gleaned from the results of his research and the work of the group.
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