Clinical governance

Clinical governance

Order Description
The need for clinical governance (this addresses your second question) and what clinical governance is in principle.
You will need to discuss the responsibilities of clinicians in implementing clinical governance.
Expand on this in your paper

Clinical Governance –Why
?Bristol Royal Infirmary (UK, 2001)
–http://www.theguardian.com/society/2002/jan/17/5
?King Edward Memorial Hospital Inquiry, Perth(2002)
one or more clinical errors occurred in 47 per cent of cases;
50 per cent of these were very serious;
junior residents made errors in 76 per cent of high-risk cases;
junior registrars made errors in 65 per cent of high-risk cases;
midwives made errors in 60 per cent of high risk cases;
?Camden and Campbelltown hospitals, Sydney(2003)
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2003-09-14/report-finds-unsafe-practices-at-sydney-hospitals/1478406