The National ICU Audit (INICUA) Governance Committee was established in 2013. The Committee collects and reviews health data to complete clinically-led audit of patient care and outcomes in adult and paediatric ICUs. The PPI representatives contribute to conversations about governance, audit reporting and more. An interim report was published in December 2020. The role of the public and/or patient (PPI) representatives is equal to that of all other Committee members. The Committee meets quarterly, and as required.
The National ICU Audit (INICUA) Governance Committee comprises of 16 members, of which two are public and/or patient (PPI) representatives. The PPI representatives are recruited in line with the NOCA Patient and Public Involvement Framework. The term for Committee members runs for three years.