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Stroke Improvement Plan

Published: 21 Aug 2014
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781784127046

The Stroke Improvement Plan sets out the priorities and actions to deliver improved prevention, treatment and care for all people in Scotland affected by stroke.

30 page PDF

468.0 kB

30 page PDF

468.0 kB

Contents
Stroke Improvement Plan
Contents

30 page PDF

468.0 kB

ISBN 978 1 78412 704 6 (Web only publication)
DPPAS 34493

This document is also available in pdf format (468k)

Erratum

An erratum was published on 21/05/2015 at Section 3 and Annex 2.

Section 3 - Priority 7 - Paragraph three (pdf page 20)

24 hours was replaced with 4 days

Annex 2 - Paragraph four (pdf page 26)

4. Aspirin administration – Aspirin is given on the day of admission or the following day for all patients in whom a haemorrhagic stroke, or other contraindication, as specified in the national audit, has been excluded.

Text above was replaced with:

4. Aspirin administration – 95% of patients receive aspirin on the day of admission or the day following admission for all patients in whom a haemorrhagic stroke, or other contraindication, as specified in the national audit, has been excluded.

The pdf and html have both been updated within the document to reflect these changes.

Contents

Foreword

1. Introduction
Context
Quality Strategy and the Route Map
Quality Improvement
Network Approach
Person-Centred Care

2. Stroke Care in Scotland
Background
History and Progress
Path to New Priorities
Engagement
Mechanisms

3. Stroke Care in Scotland: Priorities for Improvement and the Stroke Care Pathway
Priorities for Improvement and the Stroke Care Pathway

4. Measuring and Monitoring
The Scottish Stroke Improvement Team and the Scottish Stroke Care Audit

5. Next Steps

Annex 1 - 2020 Route Map for Stroke Care in Scotland

Annex 2 - Scottish Stroke Care Standards (2013)

Annex 3 - Resources and References


Contact

Email: Margaret Syme