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SSNAP Essentials

If you are new to SSNAP, we recommend viewing our ‘Getting started on SSNAP’ area of the Help Centre, which is available here. This area will offer further guidance, and information on the basics of SSNAP. Below we have provided some key documents which are also available in our Help Centre.

If you are wondering how to register for the webtool, follow this guide.

Useful documents

Download the below PDFs with to learn about SSNAP and the data we collect, links to recent clinical and organisational audit reports, and the 2016 National Clinical Guidelines for Stroke

Essential SSNAP videos

Watch our SSNAP videos and discover more about different audits, SSNAP reports and the reporting cycle, and research using SSNAP

SSNAP registration

Download the form to register a new team on the SSNAP webtool or download instructions for registering as a new user on the webtool

SSNAP methodology

Overview on the methods of data collection, submission, and analysis on SSNAP

SSNAP domains and key indicators

An easy to follow breakdown of SSNAP's 10 domains and 44 key indicators

Current core stroke dataset

The latest versions of the core and comprehensive stroke datasets

Current core dataset (NI teams)

The latest versions of the core stroke dataset for teams in Northern Ireland

ESD and CRT dataset

A version of the stroke dataset and helpnotes tailored for ESD and CRT teams

6-month assessment dataset

A version of the stroke dataset for 6-month assessment providers to aid easy data collection

IAI resources

A standalone version of the IAI helpnotes and dataset designed to aid easy data collection

Ambulance resources

Various documentation have been created to provide information on the Ambulance Linkage Project and the data entry process for ambulance teams.

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