Guidelines, training, audit, and quality standards in children's epilepsy services: Closing the loop.
|dc.identifier.citation||Kirkpatrick, M, Dunkley, C, Ferrie, C, Flower, D, Waldron, B, Whitehouse, W, Helen Cross, J, Rodie, P, & Appleton, R 2014, 'Guidelines, training, audit, and quality standards in children's epilepsy services: closing the loop', Seizure, 23, 10, pp. 864-868.||en|
|dc.description.abstract||There has been considerable evolution in epilepsy healthcare for children over the last decade in the United Kingdom. There has been no single explanation for this. The development of national clinical guidelines, locally delivered but nationally designed educational programmes, nation-wide clinical audit, clinical networks and development of designated services have all had complimentary roles in enabling the implementation of national recommendations for the development of epilepsy care. These models may be applicable to other healthcare settings outside the UK.||en|
|dc.title||Guidelines, training, audit, and quality standards in children's epilepsy services: Closing the loop.||en|