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JAG standards review 2024
7 May 2024

JAG are undertaking a review of the GRS standards in 2024 and are inviting you to feed back on the current standards.


Accreditation is a supportive process of evaluating the quality of clinical services against established standards. Accreditation promotes quality improvement by highlighting areas of best practice and areas for change, to encourage the continued development of the clinical service. Accreditation is a voluntary process for services to engage with.


The standards have been developed alongside a multi-professional group, as well as services participating in accreditation work towards a pathway which involves self-assessment and quality improvement against the standards. Accredited services submit evidence annually to demonstrate that they are compliant, and have a on-site assessment every 5 years.


The standards are reviewed every 5 years to ensure that they reflect national guidance and focus on the key issues services and patients are facing.


The JAG standards review feedback survey is now open until 31 May 2024.Feedback will be used to aid in the shaping of the next standards. You do not have to leave feedback for every standard, and you will have the opportunity to add additional thoughts or comments regarding the current standards at the end.  


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