The SSNAP acute organisational audit is a snapshot audit which runs on a biennial basis and reports on the structure and organisation of acute stroke services in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The results of the 2019 acute organisational audit contain national and hospital level findings on the organisation of stroke services, in particular acute care organisation, staffing levels and skill mix, provision of stroke treatments, TIA (mini stroke) services, engagement with patients and carers, and pathway at discharge. The results reflect the organisation of stroke services as of 3 June 2019. 100% of eligible hospitals in England, Wales and Northern Ireland participated in the audit.
The full results portfolio of named hospital results, available to download below, describes the performance for all 169 participating sites in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. All participating sites were measured against 10 key indicators of acute stroke service organisation enabling hospitals to compare their performance with others and benchmark themselves against national standards and results.
Full Results Portfolio: A very detailed file showing hospital level results for the 10 key indicators of acute stroke service organisation as well as every data item benchmarked against the national average.
National report: Includes national level results for the 2019 acute organisational audit. Includes national performance against 10 key indicators and many important aspects of acute stroke service organisation, clinical commentary, changes over time and country comparisons