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Round 4 included a spotlight audit on 'Hospital initiated prescription of psychotropic medication for behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia', this module forms part of the Quality Account in 2019.
- National Audit of Dementia Care in General Hospitals 2018-2019: Round Four Audit Report
- Round four hospital local reports
- Round four regional reports
- Round four report for Wales
- Round four report for Wales in Welsh
- Accessible report
- Commissioners' report
Round 4 hospital scores across England and Wales
- Casenote Audit national data summary
- Carer Questionnaire national data summary
- Carer Questionnaire coding framework
- Organisational Checklist national data summary
- Staff Questionnaire national data summary
- Staff Questionnaire coding framework
- Eligible ICD10 codes
- Inter rater reliability analysis
- Round Four standards
Data collection tools
After analysing the data collected for Round 3, it became apparent that audit questions about delirium might be inconsistently interpreted, both within and between hospital sites. Hospitals were asked to submit data for a Spotlight audit focusing on the identification and assessment of delirium in order to look at variance in interpretation and to gain more accurate knowledge of the extent to which assessments are not performed.
Our online privacy notice gives you detailed information on when and why we collect personal information and how we use it.
Carer and staff surveys are anonymous and case note audit submissions are pseudonymised (we do not ask for any identifying information such as name or NHS number), and allocated a number for the purposes of audit. For further details please refer to our data flow chart. We have completed a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) to review our management of these data.
Data collection is via an online audit tool using Formic’s Fusion Survey software. Formic abide by the stringent security requirements of the NHS for its systems and processes. Please see the following data security statement on the Formic data collection software.
We used HQIP’s UPCARE tool to collate information about the project governance and methodology into a single document.