Is stroke care improving? the second SSNAP annual report

Reports | Published: 02 Dec 2015

The second annual SSNAP report reveals today that despite steady progress in stroke care, further work needs to be done to ensure that patients have access to key interventions and assessments when they are admitted to hospital.

SSNAP is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP), as part of the National Clinical Audit (NCA) Programme. The audit is led by the Royal College of Physicians’ Clinical Effectiveness and Evaluation Unit on behalf of the Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party.

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Is stroke care improving? the second SSNAP annual report