The National Joint Registry records, monitors, analyses and reports on performance outcomes in joint replacement surgery in a continuous drive to improve service quality and enable research analysis, to ultimately improve patient outcomes.
Key NJR initiatives include these below which mean that we can deliver on our goals and objectives to ensure improved patient outcomes, alongside accurate and thorough registry data collection.
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An overview of the recent research using NJR Data, with links to papers
How the NJR
manages your data
Read how we do this and see diagrams showing registry data flows