The Asthma Audit Development Project (AADP) has recently published its phase 2 final report, which presents conclusions and recommendations on how a National Asthma Audit should be conducted. It is the second of the AADP reports produced since the start of the project in November 2016. This is part of the National Asthma and COPD Audit Programme (NACAP).
The report is available as:
- A project report which presents full project methodology, key findings, patient quotes, conclusions and recommendations for next steps
- A patient summary report which provides a more concise, lay friendly, summary of the report. It contains visualisations of the project methodology and findings, along with head line conclusions and recommendations.
Both of these are available to download at: https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/projects/outputs/asthma-audit-development-project-aadp-phase-2-final-report. The full AADP pilot storyboard and the report appendices are also available to download via this link.
ARNS is very excited to be part of this project and is looking forward to seeing the implementation of a long overdue National Asthma Audit that will start to be rolled out from November 2018, with a view of providing long term Quality Improvement across the NHS.