Our NAP vision

As national clinical audit continues to play an important role in measuring and reporting on quality within health care settings, our National Audit Programme must keep pace with change.

We are always looking at ways to do what we do, better.

We aim to:

  • develop national clinical audits related to the sickest patients in hospitals;
  • develop tools to measure the quality of care given to these patients, in the fairest way possible;
  • develop effective tools to report on the quality of care given to these patients;
  • positively influence the ways in which all national clinical audits are set up and run; and
  • drive up standards in health care to benefit patients.

Latest News - Audit

  1. Dataset June 2019 Newsletter

    Dataset 4.0 Update

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  2. June 2019 Platform X

    Platform X (PX) update taken from the June 2019 CMP Newsletter

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  3. Dataset June 2019 Newsletter

    Dataset 4.0 Update

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  4. A summary of the ICNARC Annual Meeting 2019

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  5. Newsletters

    Keep up-to-date with the latest audit developments and news with our regular Case Mix Programme newsletter.

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  6. Case Mix Programme Case Studies

    Call for Case Studies

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  7. NCAA Annual Meeting 2018 - Speakers

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  8. A summary of the ICNARC Annual Conference 2018

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  9. An Interview With…Karen Doyle, Cardiology and Resuscitation Audit Nurse

    Karen shares her experience of participating in NCAA

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  10. Update to NCAA Scope and Dataset (Effective 1 April 2018)

    Exclusion of pre-hospital arrests and addition of 'Not assessed' option for CPC

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