National Comparative Audit
The National Comparative Audit of Blood Transfusion is a programme of clinical audits designed to look at the use of blood and blood components. It is operated collaboratively by the National Blood Service and the Royal College of Physicians. The programme includes looking at how blood is prescribed, how it is administered, and presents data in such a way that participating hospitals can compare their local practice against a regional and national picture.
For more information about the audit go to http://www.blood.co.uk/hospitals/safe_use/clinical_audit/National_Comparative/index.asp
or contact the Project Manager, John Grant-Casey
Tel. 01865 440046
This page was last reviewed on 02/08/2010