The new edition of this key text offers an accessible guide to clinical governance across a range of healthcare settings. Designed to help students, practitioners, and professionals deliver quality care to patients and to improve overall patient experience, this new edition is packed with practical insight into how individuals can contribute to clinical governance. Grounded in the application of clinical governance, this text benefits from thorough worked examples of common causality diagrams; up to date consideration of high profile clinical governance case studies; reflective activities as well as tips and real experiences to help readers apply the theory to practice. This is the go-to book for students, practitioners and professionals across health and allied health disciplines including mental health nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Mary Gottwald is currently an Associate Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, UK, and also supports students in Hong Kong. Prior to this she was Principal Lecturer at the University and has been in education since 1979. She has taught in the UK, Malaysia and Hong Kong on subjects including Clinical Governance, Health Promotion and Leadership. Gail Lansdown is currently an Associate Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, UK, and has been working in Higher Education since 1998. She also supports students in Hong Kong. Previously, she was a Principal Lecturer and designed, implemented, managed, led and taught on health care degree programmes in Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Singapore and Nairobi.