Collaborative Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Research in the Severn Deanery
The original Sprint National Anaesthesia Project (SNAP-1) took place in May 2014 and STAR were heavily involved. The project was a two-day evaluation of patient reported outcomes after anaesthesia: specifically, patient-reported satisfaction and awareness. The results are currently under review ahead of planned publication; watch this space for more details.
SNAP-2: EPICCS was an observational cohort study evaluating Critical Care provision after Surgery. This prospective cohort study took place over a one-week period in early 2017 and STAR played a pivotal role in supporting this important project in our region.
More information, including news of publications, is available from the SNAPs website.
Publications so far from this study:
1. Cancelled operations: a 7-day cohort study of planned adult inpatient surgery in 245 UK National Health Service hospitals.
BJA, October 2018, Volume 121, Issue 4, Pages 730–738
2. Postoperative critical care and high-acuity care provision in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. BJA, April 2019, Volume 122, Issue 4