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Rethinking Clinical Audit

Psychotherapy Services in the NHS

Edited by Rachael Davenhill, Matthew Patrick

Routledge – 1998 – 240 pages

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    978-0-415-16208-1
    September 30th 1998
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    978-0-415-16207-4
    October 1st 1998

Description

Clinical audit can be a powerful tool for change, but is often perceived as externally-imposed time-wasting. Focusing on applications of clinical audit in psychoanalytic psychotherapy NHS services, the authors examine why audit is resented, how it can be 'reconstructed' as a useful tool for clinicals, and provide real-life examples of good practice. More than a simple 'how-to', this book provides new rnderstanding of a persistent problem in health-care organisations and will be of interest to all mental health staff, trainees and service managers.

Name: Rethinking Clinical Audit: Psychotherapy Services in the NHS (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Rachael Davenhill, Matthew Patrick. Clinical audit can be a powerful tool for change, but is often perceived as externally-imposed time-wasting. Focusing on applications of clinical audit in psychoanalytic psychotherapy NHS services, the authors examine why audit is resented, how it can be...
Categories: Psychotherapy, Mental Health Research