Evaluation of National Stroke Audit –Acute 2019

Project: Research

Project Description

The National Stroke Audit is an initiative of the Stroke Foundation and is part of a process committed to facilitating the delivery of evidence-based care for stroke. The National Stroke Audit commenced in 2007 and alternates between acute and rehabilitation services each year.

Aims and Objectives of Evaluation
The purpose of the Australian national stroke audit data is to provide statistical evidence that can be used to improve quality of care, gain an insight into current resource consumption, and identify any gaps in stroke care.

Aims
1. To provide Stroke Foundation audit team with independently analysed descriptive data for use in national and local reports.
2. To provide Stroke Foundation audit team with independently analysed statistically tested data for use in publications (to be determined by the Stroke Foundation and other stakeholders with a maximum of 3 publications expected)
3. To provide input into the ongoing development of program.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/03/1931/10/19

Keywords

  • stroke
  • audit
  • outcomes
  • processes of care
  • stroke
  • audit
  • outcomes
  • processes of care
  • stroke
  • audit
  • outcomes
  • processes of care