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  1. Geoff Hughes, Editor

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    A recurrent and consistent part of our work is measuring how we perform, not just against predetermined targets but also in day to day clinical activity. As such, mortality and morbidity audits are an essential part of modern emergency practice. An audit from Peterborough is interesting. There is always room for improvement (and the audit data do show this clearly). It is only by being honest about such data that the departmental and organisational change needed to change practice can be delivered.

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