James Dunn outlines the process of clinical audit, arguing that regular clinical audit, at local level, empowers clinicians, improves patient care and provides robust grounds for defence against complaints. In a second article, to be published in the April issue of In Practice, he will use antimicrobial prescription as an example to illustrate the application of clinical audit in veterinary practice.
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