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The BSR Standards Guidelines and Audit Working Group (SGAWG)

125. Audit on Gout Management: Adhering to the BSR Guidelines

Adherence to local hospital guidelines for surgical antimicrobial prophylaxis: a multicentre audit in Dutch hospitals

P14. Investigations prior to temporal artery biopsy: a retrospective audit of compliance with the British Society for Rheumatology Guidelines for giant cell arteritis

Implementation of Department of Health guidelines for hepatitis B vaccination: a regional audit of NHS occupational health policies and procedures

Compliance with reporting guidelines by Australian pathologists: an audit of the quality of histopathology reporting in high-grade glioma

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Guidelines, Audit and Feedback: Improving the use of Intravenous Thrombolysis in Patients with Suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction

049AN AUDIT OF KNOWLEDGE OF ACUTE STROKE GUIDELINES AMONGST GENERAL AND EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS IN A COMPREHENSIVE STROKE CENTRE

E73. Audit of Teriparatide Use in Osteoporosis: To Assess Adherence to Nice Guidelines and Treatment Response

286HIV AND BONE DISEASE: AN AUDIT OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE EUROPEAN AIDS CLINICAL SOCIETY BONE DISEASE GUIDELINES

135 Audit of Steroid Tapering in Temporal Artery Biopsy–Negative Patients: Guidelines May Help Reduce Total Steroid Dose

A regional audit of the use of COX-2 selective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in rheumatology clinics in the West Midlands, in relation to NICE guidelines

Screening for Mycobacterium tuberculosis prior to anti-TNF therapy––an audit of impact of the British Thoracic Society guidelines on rheumatology practice in an area of low Mycobacterium tuberculosis prevalence

Comment on: Screening for Mycobacterium tuberculosis prior to anti-TNF therapy—an audit of impact of the British Thoracic Society guidelines on rheumatology practice in an area of low Mycobacterium tuberculosis prevalence

Comment on: Screening for Mycobacterium tuberculosis prior to anti-TNF therapy—an audit of impact of the British Thoracic Society guidelines on rheumatology practice in an area of low Mycobacterium tuberculosis prevalence: reply

128. An Audit to Identify the Compliance with Local Guidelines Developed in January 2011 for the Assessment of Tuberculosis Risk in Rheumatology Patients Prior to Commencing Anti-Tumour Necrosis Factor Alpha Therapy in the High Prevalence Area of Ealing Trust

 

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Documents issued by the former Auditing Practices Committee (APC) and subsequently adopted by the Auditing Practices Board (APB), which now has the responsibility for issuing all auditing pronouncements. Guidelines are not prescriptive, but they give guidance as to the methods of applying auditing standards. Auditors could be asked to explain any departures from the guidelines if their failure to follow auditing standards is being investigated. Guidelines are generally grouped into three areas: industry-specific, detailed operational, and reporting guidelines.

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