Project 5: SNAP-1
SNAP-1: Patient reported outcome after anaesthesia
Sprint National Audit Projects (SNAPs) are an exciting new initiative run by the RCoA National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia.
SNAP-1 will involve a two day evaluation of patient reported outcome after anaesthesia; specifically, patient satisfaction and patient reported awareness.
For details please check out:
SHARC co-ordinated trainee involvement across the region with 23 trainees involved and more than 400 patients recruited.
More than 12,000 patients have been recruited nationally to SNAP-1.
Consultant leads in each Trust locally were as follows:
Rotherham: Anil Hormis
Barnsley: Jo Butterworth / Sunil Chaurasia
STH: Ian Wrench
Chesterfield: Nick Spittle
Doncaster: Richard Dobson
Trainees in every hospital played a crucial role in the data collection and success of the project.
The rewards could be great for all involved: Each investigator is envisaged to be named as a collaborator on all future publications. This includes pubmed searchable articles! Bonus for the CV! Have a look at the website and check it out yourselves: