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Public and Patient Guide to the main NJR Annual Report

The NJR knows that it is important for patients to receive good quality information about joint replacement surgery. That’s why the NJR produces a Public and Patient Guide to its main Annual Report every year, to share the information and evidence the registry holds. This includes details of more than 2 million operations carried out since 2003.

You can now choose to read a guide for each of the joint replacements recorded on the register. The guides include information on Report facts and analysis including introductions and x-rays about hip, knee, ankle, elbow and shoulder joint replacements.

Public and Patient Guides to the 13th Annual Report:

Interactive PDFs - these open in a format that allows you to read the document like a magazine on screen

Normal PDF documents - allowing you to read and scroll down through each of the pages in turn

Where can I find out more?

You can find more detailed information and charts in the main NJR Annual Report which can also be found online a new dedicated website www.njrreports.org.uk.

 


ARCHIVED PUBLIC AND PATIENT GUIDES

Public and Patient Guide to the 12th Annual Report:

Interactive PDFs - these open in format that allow you to read the document like a magazine on screen


Normal PDF documents - allowing you to read and scroll down through each of the pages in turn

Download the NJR's ‘key facts about joint replacement surgery’ waiting area poster - perfect for all patient waiting areas. 


Public and Patient Guide 2014 - 11th Annual Report:

Interactive PDFs - these open in format that allow you to read the document like a magazine on screen

Normal PDF documents - allowing you to read and scroll down through each of the pages in turn


Public and Patient Guide 2013 - 10th Annual Report:


Public and Patient Guide 2011 - 8th Annual Report:


Note: The patient guides include a version of the latest full Annual Report. The data provided in our annual reports is analysed using robust statistical techniques and, where applicable, the following factors are taken into consideration: random variation, differences in surgical case mix and factors related to the practice of care.
  

About the Information Standard accreditation seen on this guide

Since 2011, HQIP has been accredited by the Information Standard - the NHS England scheme which identifies trustworthy and accessible health and social care information. As such you'll see that relevant guidance and other information, produced by HQIP,  carries the Information Standard's quality mark.

To achieve the Information Standard, organisations must show that their processes and systems produce information that is: ‘clear, accurate, balanced, evidence-based and user-tested.' The assessment of information producers is provided by NHS England. Organisations that meet the Information Standard can place the quality mark on their information materials and their websites. This quality mark is a symbol of quality and assurance, which viewers can rely on.

Information Standard disclaimer: HQIP shall hold responsibility for the accuracy of the information they publish and neither the Scheme Operator nor the Scheme Owner shall have any responsibility whatsoever for costs, losses or direct or indirect damages or costs arising from inaccuracy of information or omissions in information published on the website on behalf of HQIP.

  
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