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Effective auditing in care: Audit reporting – part 12 of 13

This article is part 12 of 13 and is a guide to auditing for managers of care services such as residential homes for the elderly, the learning disabilities sector, mental health carers and domiciliary care.


When writing up their audit report the auditor should:

• Complete – include the specified requirement and objective evidence • Correct – take care to accurately and correctly convey the information • Concise – express the statement as briefly and succinctly as possible • Clear – use easy to understand words and terminology • Confirm – the information needed to carry out corrective actions has been stated.

Part 13 coming later this week.

Albert Cook Managing Director Bettal Quality Consultancy

Fellow Chartered Quality Institute The Cared 4 quality management system contains all the tools you require to carry out effective auditing.

We are developed an audit pack to sit alongside these guidance notes which is available from Bettal Quality Consultancy. Please call us on 016977 41411 if you would like more information.

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