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South West Audit Network (SWANs)

Network ChairSarah Chessell
Contact informationSarah.Chessell@poole.nhs.uk
Rebecca.Shephard@poole.nhs.uk
Meeting frequencyTwo per year including training
Meeting venueBridgwater, Somerset
Number of member organisations31 (see list below)
Membership ProfileThe South West Audit Network (SWANs) is a network of members who work in clinical audit, effectiveness or quality improvement in representation from NHS funded services including acute and community NHS, Social services, commissioners, mental health, blood and transplant and social enterprises.
Date of next meetingPlease contact chair or see N-QI-CAN Forum
Future meeting dates

Annual Reports

South West Audit Network Annual Report 2018-2019

South West Audit Network Annual Report 2017-2018

Member Organisations:-

Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

Bristol Community Health

Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Devon Partnership NHS Trust

Dorset County Hospital Foundation NHS Trust

Dorset HealthCare University Foundation Trust

Gloucestershire CCG

Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Jersey Hospitals

Livewell Southwest

Medvivo (Wiltshire)

NHS Blood and Transplant

North Bristol NHS Trust

Northern Devon Healthcare Trust

North Somerset Community Partnership

Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Bournemouth Hospital

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

2GETHER NHS Foundation Trust

Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust

University Hospitals Bristol NHS foundation Trust

Weston Area Health NHS Trust

Yeovil District Hospital

St. Margarets Hospice

Sirona Care & Health

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