top of page

ICU Audits

Clinical audits are an essential tool for quality improvement in intensive care units (ICUs). ICU clinical audits aim to evaluate the quality of care provided to critically ill patients by systematically reviewing patient care processes and outcomes against evidence-based standards.

ICU clinical audits can focus on a range of areas, including patient safety, infection control, medication management, and clinical outcomes such as mortality and length of stay. The audits can be conducted by an internal team or an external auditor, and the findings are typically presented to ICU staff and management for discussion and implementation of quality improvement measures.

Regular ICU clinical audits can help identify areas of improvement, monitor the impact of changes made, and ensure compliance with clinical guidelines and protocols. In addition, they can provide valuable feedback to ICU staff and help promote a culture of continuous quality improvement.



bottom of page