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Published papers

The papers below have all used data from the SSNAP clinical audit, the Organisational audit and/or the Post-acute organisational audit. 

Associations between Stroke Mortality and Weekend Working by Stroke Specialist Physicians and Registered Nurses: Prospective Multicentre Cohort Study

Benjamin D. Bray , Salma Ayis, James Campbell, Geoffrey C. Cloud, Martin James, Alex Hoffman, Pippa J. Tyrrell, Charles D. A. Wolfe, Anthony G. Rudd

Can a Novel Clinical Risk Score Improve Pneumonia Prediction in Acute Stroke Care? A UK Multicenter Cohort Study

Craig J. Smith, Benjamin D. Bray, Alex Hoffman, Andreas Meisel, Peter U. Heuschmann, Charles D. A. Wolfe, Pippa J. Tyrrell, Anthony G. Rudd.

Care-limiting decisions in acute stroke and association with survival: analyses of UK national quality register data

Adrian R Parry-Jones, Lizz Paley, Benjamin D Bray, Alex M Hoffman, Martin James, Geoffrey C Cloud, Pippa J Tyrrell, Anthony G Rudd

Effects of Centralizing Acute Stroke Services on Stroke Care Provision in Two Large Metropolitan Areas in England

Angus I.G. Ramsay, et al.

Evaluation of a single centre stroke service reconfiguration – the impact of transition from a combined (acute and rehabilitation) stroke unit to a hyperacute model of stroke care

Dipankar Dutta, Kate Hellier, Mudhar Obaid and Arnold Deering

The association between delays in screening for and assessing dysphagia after acute stroke, and the risk of stroke-associated pneumonia

Benjamin Bray, Craig Smith, Geoffrey Cloud et al.

Validation and comparison of two stroke prognostic models for in hospital, 30-day and 90-day mortality

Dipankar Dutta, Abigail Cannon, Emily Bowen

Weekly variation in health-care quality by day and time of admission: a nationwide, registry-based, prospective cohort study of acute stroke care

Benjamin Bray, Geoffrey Cloud, Martin James, et. al

Stroke survivors and their families receive information and support on an individual basis from an online forum: descriptive analysis of a population of 2348 patients and qualitative study of a sample of participants

Anna De Simoni, Andrew Shanks, Chantal Balasooriya-Smeekens, Jonathan Mant