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, to ultimately improve patient outcomes.

Patients

Patients

Researchers

Researchers

Surgeons

Surgeons

Implant
Suppliers

Healthcare Providers

Healthcare Providers

Stakeholder Collaboration

Stakeholder
Collaboration

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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Our focus on Patient Outcomes

Monitoring the performance outcomes of medical device implants, hospitals and orthopaedic procedures

Our focus on Data Quality

Ensuring data quality is thorough through our Data Quality audits and hospital award activities

Our focus on Research

Enabling and supporting research to help drive improvements in patient outcomes

Organisations we work with:

Publications and outputs

An overview of the recent research using National Joint Registry Data, with links to papers

How the National Joint Registry
manages your data

Read how we do this and see diagrams showing registry data flows

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Tweets from @JointRegistry

Our recently published NJR Annual Report has a wealth of facts and figures on joint replacement during 2022.
Visit our dedicated website to view and download it here: https://zurl.co/bSXJ

Various NJR Committee roles now open for application – click here for more information ➡ https://zurl.co/JhZY

Our 2024 award programme will commence shortly – we congratulate all hospitals who achieved the 2023 award.

Have you registered your interest in the NJR shoulder audit yet? Get involved and let’s work together to help improve patient outcomes. Click on the link for more details: https://zurl.co/CeSe

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