Comprehensive Clinical Audits of Diagnostic Radiology Practices: A Tool for Quality Improvement
Quality Assurance Audit for Diagnostic Radiology Improvement and Learning (QUAADRIL)

IAEA Human Health Series No. 4

Subject Classification: 0103-Medical physics (including dosimetry)

English STI/PUB/1425; (ISBN:978-92-0-112009-0); 193 pp.; 2 figures; € 45.00; Date Published: 2010

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Interest in quality assurance processes and quality improvement in diagnostic radiology is being driven by a number of factors. These include the high cost and complexity of radiological equipment, acknowledgement of the possibility of increasing doses to patients, and the importance of radiological diagnosis to patient management within the health care environment. To acknowledge these interests, clinical audits have been introduced and, in Europe, mandated under a European Directive (Council Directive 97/47/EURATOM). Comprehensive clinical audits focus on clinical management and infrastructure, patient related and technical procedures, and education and research. This publication includes a structured set of standards appropriate for diagnostic radiology, an audit guide to their clinical review, and data collection sheets for the rapid production of reports in audit situations. It will be a useful guide for diagnostic radiology facilities wishing to improve their service to patients through timely diagnosis with minimal radiation dose.

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