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National Peer Review Programme is a quality assurance programme that is aimed at reviewing clinical teams and services to determine their compliance against national measures, as well as the assessment of quality aspects of clinical care and treatment. The National Peer Review Programme encompasses a whole systems approach to quality and safety in relation to the patient experience and clinical outcomes.

Follow us on Twitter @NPRP_NHSThe programme has been operating as a national quality assurance programme since 2001 and reviews approximately 2000 NHS clinical and service teams annually. National Peer Review Programme is an integral part of NHS Improving Quality, hosted by NHS England as of 1st April 2013.

What we do

National Cancer Peer Review

CQuINS – for Healthcare Professionals

Cancer Quality Improvement Network System (CQuINS) records the level of compliance by individual teams and services against the measures contained within The Manual for Cancer Services.
www.cquins.nhs.uk

National Trauma Peer Review

TQuINS– for Healthcare Professionals

Trauma Quality Improvement Network System (TQuINS) records the level of compliance by individual teams and services against the measures for Trauma.
www.tquins.nhs.uk

National Paediatric Diabetes Peer Review

DQuINS – for Healthcare Professionals

Diabetes Quality Improvement Network System (DQuINS) records the level of compliance by individual teams and services against the measures for Children and Young Person’s Diabetes.
www.dquins.nhs.uk

 
 

My Cancer Treatment – for Patients & Commissioners

My Cancer Treatment provides easy access to all assessments for NHS cancer services. The reports are extracted directly from CQuINS and also include waiting times and National Cancer Patient Experience Survey results for the Trust. My Cancer Treatment is designed with and for patients, to help them decide where to be treated for their cancer services.
www.mycancertreatment.nhs.uk

Stroke Peer Review Pilot – Yorkshire & Humber

SQuINS– for Healthcare Professionals

Stroke Quality Improvement Network System (SQuINS) records the level of compliance by individual teams and services against the measures. A pilot was conducted in Yorkshire and Humber with 17 services in 2012.
www.squins.nhs.uk

 
Coming Soon

My Diabetes Treatment – for Patients & Commissioners

My Diabetes Treatment provides easy access to all assessments for NHS paediatric diabetes services. The reports will be extracted directly from DQuINS and will also include waiting times and National Cancer Patient Experience Survey results for the Trust. My Diabetes Treatment will be available in late 2013.