Linical Practice AuditCritical evaluation and assessment (NHS)

Dear Sean,
With regards to our telephone conversation I place the order for and as I requested it is very crucial for me to obtain a HIGHER FIRST CLASS.

One other thing I am in one of the leading Universities in London and their assessment criteria is very strict as well.

I have attached the audit data with the audit tool I have used. I will provide the adit tool seperate later,as well as the policy related to VASCULAR ACESS DEVICE, as your site does not allows me to attach more than one stuff. I Will also give you the a rough description of the clinical area where tha audit took place.

The summary sheet should be a real one which has to be given to the hospital ward as a feedback. Feedback to the four areas can be summerised in the one summeary sheet, however it should inform the accurate facts regarding each ward.

Practice audit.

I have carry out an audit of a clinical practice (infection control in relation to Vascular Access Devises) . This audit was carried out in the cardiac department (consisting of four wards) of the NHS hospital trust, where I had just finished my clinical practice which is part of my Masters in Nursing (Post graduate course) .

As it is a very specific kind of assignment, first of all I would like to know if you got any one who have got relevant experience in auditing and research related to nursing and health care in UK NHS.

It is very critical for my to pass this in HIGH FIRST CLASS GRADE, in order to pull up some of my other grades. I will pay for a first class, however for this assignment AS YOUR REGULAR CUSTOMER, I would like to take the freedom of requesting for a HIGH FIRST CLASS GRADE. My other work is with you already in progress (ref:114652). So please could you contact me at the earliest possible time today with an accurate answer. ( I have got another 15,000 word work coming by the middle of May as well for which I need a first class grade as well).

One other thing about this assignment is that I have to give back written feed back to the NHS trust where I conducted this audit. The assignment itself is 5000 word, however the feedback sheet is separate but not more than 400 words, (between 300-400). Therefore I am paying you for 5500 words all together. The writer must have access to different database like CINAL, PubMED, COCHRANE etc. NOT just Google, to use most accurate, relavant and extensive references of not less than 25.

I need to get the assignment in part with relevant references as I have a personal supervisor to assess my progress of writing.

Course content.

There are no formal lectures (other than a course introduction) for this course. I am required instead to independently carry out a piece of work, and write it up as an extended essay.

Each student will be allocated a named lecturer as their academic supervisor, and will also have within their home trust a contact person who will facilitate the process.

As per the guidelines I have conducted the audit already in all the four wards of the cardiac department and have got the data from the audit. That is why I have insisted I need a writer with relevant experience.

The final report must include the following:

1. A rationale for the particular audit being carried out
2. A clear outline showing that you understand the difference between research and audit, and that you can discuss the theoretical aspects of the audit process
3. A description of the practice setting where the audit took place
4. A critical description of the audit tool(s) you used
5. Your findings. There should be a minimum of 50 observations reported.
6. A critical analysis of your findings, including their reliability and validity, and their relevance to practice
7. An account of any changes to practice which your findings might suggest, and ways in which further audits might be conducted.
8. A summary sheet formatted in the form shown below in the appendix, which will be returned to the trust managers where the audit took place.

Note that there is no requirement to maintain confidentiality about either the trust or the specific clinical area where your audit took place, as doing this would prevent you from undertaking a crucial part of this exercise, which is sharing your results with the trust managers so that services can be improved. The managers and the clinical staff will not be given your name. You should not, however, identify any individual or patient within your account.




Essay guidelines.

This is a major piece of highest level work, and as such it is expected to be well presented, and to demonstrate your ability to critically analyse information, and to synthesise and argue in a logically coherent manner, with the emphasis being on the relevance of your findings to clinical practice.

The essay will be marked in accordance with the criteria set out on pages 41-43 of Programme handbook.
Page 41-43
marking criteria for a first class work.

Outstanding answer, well written, highly structured and informed, showing striking personal insight and originality.
Authoritative, full understanding of key facts with extensive originality in analysis. Highly independent and critical.

Extensive range of sources used and applied. Highly insightful and of publishable quality.
Excellently structured focused and well written presentation. Compelling argument.
Safe and sensitive practice is demonstrated.
Harvard referencing system used appropriately. High standard of proof reading.


I am awaiting for your earliest reply, today, if not could you contact me early tomorrow.

Thanking you,
Yours Sincerely,
Bobmarly.




Measuring, Assessing and Evaluating Practiceclinical audit analysis.

I am addign the exact guidlines and informations from the COURSE HANDBOOK.

Welcome&

To Measuring, Assessing and Evaluating Practice. We hope that you will find the course interesting and stimulating. It does require a certain amount of organisation and coordination at the outset, so reading this Handbook is important. Please take the time to familiarise yourself with its contents.

Course content.

There are no formal lectures (other than a course introduction) for this course. You are required instead to independently carry out a piece of work, and write it up as an extended essay. In 2005, there will be two options: a practice audit, or a literature analysis.


Course assessment.

This course is assessed by a single essay of NOT MORE THAN 5000 words.
The Summary sheet is in ADDITION to this words (350 to 400 words).


Practice audit.

By choosing this option, you will be required to carry out an audit of either a clinical practice (e.g. mouth care) or of a practice area (e.g. waiting times at a clinic). This audit must be carried out in your home trust, and must be relevant to your chosen branch.

Each student will be allocated a named lecturer as their academic supervisor, and will also have within their home trust a contact person who will facilitate the process. In some trusts students will be able to link into the already established clinical audit process. The trust facilitator will agree the topic, and the practice area where the audit is to be conducted, and will negotiate appropriate access arrangements. Arrangements for the allocation of facilitators differ from trust to trust and will be supplied separately.

The final report must include the following:

1. A rationale for the particular audit being carried out
2. A clear outline showing that you understand the difference between research and audit, and that you can discuss the theoretical aspects of the audit process
3. A description of the practice setting where the audit took place
4. A critical description of the audit tool(s) you used
5. Your findings. There should be a minimum of 50 observations reported.
6. A critical analysis of your findings, including their reliability and validity, and their relevance to practice
7. An account of any changes to practice which your findings might sugge