Clinical guidelines and standards
9 October 2018
Read about child health and the political landscape, the new ICYP Engagement committee, new course series, neonatal care findings and more…
27 November 2018
The epilepsies of childhood are an enigma. They are the most frequently over-diagnosed but, paradoxically, also under-diagnosed group of paroxysmal neurological disorders.
Access data from NNAP, a National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP) project, commissioned and managed by HQIP.
This page provides details of the methodology, datasets and related information governance processes for round 3.
This meeting place on 18 April 2016 at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. Over 120 people attended the event, including parents, multi-disciplinary neonatal unit staff members, neonatal network representatives and commissioners.
Using quality improvement methodology to reduce central line associated blood stream infections - a case study for NNAP
This case study was included in the 2017 National Neonatal Audit Programme annual report to highlight how a neonatal unit has used its results from the National Neonatal Audit Programme as a basis to identify and implement local quality improvement activities. You can download full case study below.
This tool displays the results from the National Neonatal Audit Programme on data from 2014-2016 at a hospital, neonatal network (regional) and national level. It allows the neonatal community and the public to view and compare the results of our analysis.
The guidance is intended to assist paediatricians who are unsure whether a licence to practise is required for their role, if they are not simultaneously working as a clinical paediatrician.
Clinical guidelines are sets of recommendations based on systematic research methods. Producing these require advanced research skills and project management. Guideline development follows specific sequential stages with relevant stakeholder involvement.