Report on concerning themes arising from National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP) in the care of patients with epilepsy

Reports | Published: 20 Dec 2021

The purpose of the NCAPOP is to have a positive impact on care and outcomes for patients. As part of this all national recommendations from the NCAPOP are reviewed and discussed by HQIP and NHSE. As a result of this cross-cutting themes regarding epilepsy care were identified and so a working group was established to ensure appropriate action occurred as a result. This report, developed at the request of NHSE, summarises the findings and actions undertaken and was presented to the Executive Quality Group in November 2021.

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Report on concerning themes arising from National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP) in the care of patients with epilepsy