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Audit and Quality Improvement Committee (Clinical Radiology)

The main aims of the Committee are to act as a College focus for audit and quality improvement (QI) and to co-ordinate national audit activity.

The CR Audit and Quality Improvement Committee is chaired by Dr R Greenhalgh. Membership of the Committee comprises the College Officers (the President, the Vice-President, the Medical Director, Professional Practice and the Medical Director, Education and Training) ex-officio, up to six appointed members and up to five co-opted members.

The CR Audit and Quality Improvement Committee  reports to the Clinical Radiology Professional Support and Standards Board (CR PSSB).

Members are responsible for implementing an annual programme of audit and QI projects; to produce an annual plan of audit and QI professional learning and development activities for Fellows and members of the RCR; to be aware of clinical standards and national audit policies; and to ensure AuditLive templates are up to date and reflect current practice.

If you have any queries regarding the CR Audit and QI Committee please write to the Committee Chair, Dr R Greenhalgh, via the Professional Practice Administrator at The Royal College of Radiologists.


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