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HS&DR - 14/198/09

Stroke Sentinel Audit Programme: Investigating and Evaluating Stroke Therapy (SSNAPIEST)

Project title: Stroke Sentinel Audit Programme: Investigating and Evaluating Stroke Therapy (SSNAPIEST)

Call to action: 14/198 14/198 HS&DR Researcher-led (Evidence synthesis)

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Sarah TysonORCID

Lead Author: Professor Sarah TysonORCID

Contractor: The University of Manchester

Cost: £221,446.00

Co-investigators: Dr Benjamin Bray, Dr Brenda Gannon, Professor Andy Vail, Professor Audrey Bowen.

Started: April 2016 | Status: Published April 2020

This study identified modifiable factors associated with greater amounts of stroke therapy, and some positive associations between the amount of therapy and outcome including resource use/cost, length of stay and mortality.

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