COVID-19

See how ICNARC are supporting the NHS, both in our weekly COVID-19 reporting from the Case Mix Programme and REMAP-CAP, our clinical trial in critically ill patients with COVID-19.

In the UK, around 200,000 adults and children are admitted to a critical care unit each year.

We work hard to ensure these people receive timely, appropiate and optimal care and outcomes.

What we do

At ICNARC, our focus is on people who are likely to become, currently are, or are recovering from being critically ill.

How we report

ICNARC makes results from the Case Mix Programme public via the publication of the CMP Annual Quality Report to provide a valuable insight into the quality of adult, general and specialist critical care.

Work with us

Through our audit and research, we work hard to ensure these patients receive the best possible care and outcome. And you can help.

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Latest news

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Getting in contact

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Our future plans

In this our 25th Anniversary year we have launched our 5 year strategy which describes our future priorities and how we will continue to help improve the quality of critical care through audit, research and education conducted with, and in the interests of patients and those who care for them.

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Our statistics

PATIENT RECORDS

We analyse over 2.5 million patient records across our audit and research projects.

ONGOING FUNDED RESEARCH STUDIES

Our broad programme of research includes 11 randomised controlled trials, four with mixed-methods.

RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS

We have recruited over 43,500 participants for our research studies, including adults, children, health professionals, parents / guardians and family members.

MEMBERS OF STAFF

Our committed team brings together a wealth of expertise including data scientists, statisticians, post-graduate research staff and IT developers.

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