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Important notice for SSNAP users

SSNAP data collection will resume for records with a clock start from 15 August 2020. From this date, the minimum COVID-19 dataset will be closed to new admissions, and all records must be added onto the main SSNAP webtool

Please see this page for further information.
The deadline for July to September 2020 has now passed (2 November 2020). The next data-locking deadline is the 1 February 2021 at 5pm covering all admissions and discharges between October and December 2020

Click here to view more future deadlines.
In our latest webinar An insight into stroke care during COVID, Professor Martin James, shares some initial findings on how COVID-19 has impacted stroke admissions and stroke care delivery, using data submitted by teams between the 23rd of March and the 31st of May.  
National Data Opt-Out

The deadline to comply with the National Data Opt-Out has changed. All healthcare providers in England must comply by the 31 March 2021. 

For more information please refer to this page
SSNAP Support

Got a question about SSNAP? From how to unlock a record, to when SSNAP results are available and a comprehensive guide to different outputs, here are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
Info for patients: SSNAP has a wealth of information and resources relevant to patients and carers available here.
SSNAP Governance: Information on SSNAP’s current contract, funding arrangements, IG protocols and data protection, steering group and audit design are available here.
Health Economics: Over the past 3 years the SSNAP team, in collaboration with NHS England, have pursued an ambitious research project to derive and report patient-level estimates on the cost of stroke care. Find out more

Links to other websites

Patient and carer support: The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to conquering stroke and offer support services to people with stroke and their families.

Information on blood pressure management: High Blood pressure is one of the conditions that cause Stroke, for information and resources on blood pressure care visit the British Hypertension Society & The British Heart Foundation websites

Information on Atrial fibrillation (AF) management: AF (an irregular heartbeat) is one of the leading causes of stroke. The ‘Know your Pulse’ campaign offers practical advice on how to check your pulse and provides other important information on managing AF.

British Association of Stroke Physicians (BASP): BASP helps to promote better care for people with stroke in the UK. Their website includes a patient and carer page which includes useful information on stroke care management.

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