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Service Evaluations

A NHS service evaluation is a way to define or measure current practice within a specific service. The results of the service evaluation help towards producing internal recommendations for improvements that are not intended to be generalised beyond the service area. Therefore a service evaluation is designed to answer the question: what standard does this service achieve.

Service evaluations require a written proposal for the evaluation and should adhere to the Requirements for a Service Evaluation Review. Submissions should be made via email to: Once the evaluation proposal has been received an initial assessment will be made, and along with appropriate colleagues, we will determine it for Trust Approval.

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss a service evaluation or clinical audit, please contact Pauline Young, Research Manager.

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