NCAA is a joint initiative between the Resuscitation Council (UK) and ICNARC.
Steering GroupNCAA is overseen by a Steering Group. They manage the strategic development of the audit. Members of the Steering Group include key figures in resuscitation. They are:
- Jerry Nolan – Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal United Hospital (Chair);
- Jasmeet Soar - Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, Southmead Hospital;
- Emily Reynolds – CT2 ACCS Anaesthetics Trainee, Royal United Hospital;
- James Cant – Chief Executive Officer, Resuscitation Council (UK);
- Gary Smith – Visiting Professor, School of Health & Social Care, Bournemouth University;
- Jane Carnall – Resuscitation Lead (Adults), Manchester University Foundation Trust;
- Kathy Rowan – Director/Clinical Trials Unit Director/Interim Head of Clinical Audit, ICNARC;
- Peter-Marc Fortune – Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital;
- Sue Hampshire – Director of Clinical and Service Development, Resuscitation Council (UK); and
- Sophie Skellett – Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Great Ormond Street Hospital
The day-to-day running of the audit is carried out by the dedicated NCAA Team based at ICNARC.
We are committed to helping participants make the most of their involvement in NCAA.
The Programme Coordinator takes care of NCAA on a daily basis. This involves validating data, producing reports and actively recruiting new hospitals.
NCAA Data Coordinator
The NCAA Data Coordinator assists the Programme Coordinator by validating data, answering data queries, producing reports and assisting with the development of the audit.
The NCAA Team, and NCAA participating hospitals, also receive support from other members of the Audit Department.