SSNAP Results Portal


This is the SSNAP results portal. Here you will find results for the clinical, organisational, and post-acute organisational audit. The SSNAP clinical audit measures the processes of care provided to stroke patients and results are disseminated each reporting period. The SSNAP Organisational Audit reports biennially. 

You can select the results you are interested in using the navigation bar on the left side of the screen.

For national clinical audit results, follow the below link

If you have any questions please contact the SSNAP helpdesk on or call 02030751318/1383

Clinical Audit

The SSNAP Clinical Audit is continuous, longitudinal audit which measures the processes of care provided to stroke patients in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland up to 6 months post stroke admission. SSNAP reports each reporting period so that timely information on stroke care is made available for clinicians, commissioners, patients and the public. Over 90% of expected stroke cases are now submitted to SSNAP making the results disseminated are meaningful and robust. The Clinical Audit results are presented using innovative reporting techniques so that results are easily accessible and can be used to drive improvements to stroke services.

Acute Organisational Audit

The SSNAP Organisational Audit is carried out biennially. This is a snapshot audit that measures the structure of stroke services in acute hospitals, and has been conducted in 2012, 2014 and 2016. 100% of sites in England, Wales and Northern Ireland participated in this audit.

Post-Acute Audit

Because so little is known about the organisation and structure of care received by stroke survivors after discharge from specialist acute inpatient services, we have made an effort to understand this by carrying out a post-acute organisational audit. This audit has been carried out in two phases, the first obtaining information from Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England, Local Health Boards (LHBs) in Wales and Local Commissioning Groups (LCGs) in Northern Ireland on what post-acute stroke services they commission (provide) and the second collecting structural data from all identified post-acute stroke services on the make-up of their service.