The Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR) is a collaborative national effort to monitor, promote and improve the quality of acute stroke care. By working together, patients, families, clinicians and researchers can make a difference to the lives of people affected by stroke.
The data we collect guides hospital quality improvement activities to reduce variations in care, and ultimately, decrease preventable deaths, disability, or recurrent stroke. The aim of the AuSCR is to promote best practice stroke care nationally.
The AuSCR is used to collect data from participating hospitals across Australia using an online web tool, the Australian Stroke Data Tool (AuSDaT). Hospitals can use the online tool to:
- store patient data
- produce reports summarising patient data
- export data for local analyses
- support performance reviews, presentations, and publications
To access the AuSCR, you need to be a registered participating hospital with an approved user account.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about participating in the AuSCR.
If you are a participating hospital, please use the Registry Login button on the right to access the online database. If you experience any access issues, please contact the AuSCR office for assistance on 1800 673 053 during business hours.
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