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Patients, Carers, & Public - What is SSNAP?

What is SSNAP?

The Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP) is a national project covering England, Wales and Northern Ireland. SSNAP measures:

  • the quality of care provided to stroke patients (clinical audit)
  • the structure of stroke services (organisational audit)

against national stroke care standards and guidelines. SSNAP creates reports to highlight the areas where  stroke care teams are doing well and where they need to improve.

For more information on how SSNAP users your data, you can download the SSNAP Fair Processing Statement using the button below.

Fair processing statement for patients

If you want more detailed or technical information on SSNAP patient data collection please visit the SSNAP governance page of our website.

For further information, we have provided the below ward posters and patient information leaflets which are ideal for sharing within hospitals or by community teams:

For England & Wales: 
SSNAP Ward Poster
SSNAP Patient Leaflet


For Northern Ireland: 
SSNAP Ward Poster
SSNAP Patient Leaflet  


 

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