Audit is certainly the topic of the moment. It is much talked about and a lot of money is being made available for it, yet it seems that there are few real guidelines about how to do it. Many junior doctors who would like to do audit may be put off by the computers and other paraphernalia which are deemed necessary for this purpose. While technology can help, it is by no means necessary and some of the best audit follows the same principles as research: keep it simple.
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