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Case Study 12: My Pre-Reg Project by Prabsimranjeet Singh Rathaur

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Prabsimranjeet Rathaur, in the second installment of our series on ‘my pre-registration project’ is discussing what he did as part of his pre-registration project at University Hospitals Southampton NHS FT. His audit project was to evaluate the use of patient controlled analgesia (PCA) on surgical and orthopaedic wards.

Take it away Prab…

 


Q1:

Brief introduction

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Q2/Q3:

Title of audit/project & Rationale for the audit

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Intervention

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Q5:

Finding

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Q6:

Anything else you want to mention about the audit (freestyle)

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Thank you Prab, you presented your project in less than 3 minutes! That is great.

We definitely like to celebrate success and a big thanks to Claire Sheikh & Jennifer Thompson for supervising this project.

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