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National Audit of Dementia



What is the National Audit of Dementia?

The National Audit of Dementia (care in general hospitals) measures the performance of general hospitals against criteria relating to care delivery which are known to impact upon people with dementia while in hospital.

There have been three rounds of audit to date. See below for audit reports, standards and tools.



Feedback from people living with dementia and their families

Service User Review Panels discussed the key messages from Round 3 of the audit. Find out what they thought.

Carers and family of people living with dementia can find out about the carer questionnaire in the audit and view the carer expectations.



The fourth round of audit

Round 4 of audit will be taking place in 2018. Hospitals please register now!


The third round of audit

Read more about Round 3 of audit.


The First and Second Rounds of Audit

View the reports and tools used in the first two round of the audit.


Other CCQI Projects

Other CCQI projects involved with the care of older people:



Related National audits

The National Audit of Dementia currently involves hospitals in England and Wales.  For information about Irish and Northern Irish dementia audits, follow the links below:



Background on NAD
Third round of NAD
Participating hospitals
The project team
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View feedback from people with dementia about the key messages from Round 3

Round 4 of NAD will begin in April 2018.

Please register now!

National audit of dementia 2016-2017 PUBLISHED JULY 2017

Read the full report

NAD Round three: list of participating hospitals