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This year, the NJR has started a programme of work which aims to profile the successes and benefits that the NJR has realised over the past 17 years. This work will examine the practical tools and reporting systems that NJR makes available to its users as well as the benefits to society of a comprehensive national registry.

The first phase of this work has focussed on outlining to hospital executives what the tangible benefits are to their services that become available by subscribing to the NJR. This summary of benefits has been sent out to all NHS and independent sector units.

The second phase of the work will take place during FY2020/21 and will be overseen by Professor Ashley Blom and Professor Mark Wilkinson. This will take a broader view of the improvements in arthroplasty practice and benefits to hospitals, surgeons, patients, regulators and policymakers that have been associated with the development of the NJR over the years.

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