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Lack of time
Lack of access to local clinical audit experts
Lack of training in clinical audit skills, e.g. questionnaire design, change management, report writing, etc
Confusion over how clinical audit differs from research, service evaluation, etc
Lack of management support for clinical audit
Problems with clinical data, e.g. accessing records and/or concerns that data is not accurate
Fear that clinical audit will be used negatively, e.g. blaming staff
Perception that clinical audit is dull/boring
Inability to choose clinical audit topics, i.e. audit is ‘done to’ staff, not led by them
Problems identifying or agreeing what is best practice
Perception that clinical audit does not make a difference
Difficulties in identifying appropriate topics to audit
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