The National Stroke Audit – Rehabilitation Services Report provides evidence of the critical function of rehabilitation in stroke recovery. The report aims to highlight areas where the system for stroke rehabilitation is working well and to report on improvements or changes that may be needed. It is the only audit report of its kind in Australia.
2018 Rehab Audit training information
Dr Annie McCluskey from the University of Sydney presents the findings of the Stroke Foundation's audit of rehabilitation services in Australia and lists recommendations for improvement.
National Stroke Audit Rehabilitation Services Report 2014 (PDF)
National Stroke Audit Rehabilitation Services Report 2012 (PDF)
National Stroke Audit Rehabilitation Services Data Supplement 2012 (PDF)
Video presentation of the highlights of the National Stroke Audit Rehabilitation Services Report 2014 presented by Dr Michael Pollack, Rehabilitation Medicine Specialist; Director Hunter Stroke Services and member of the Stroke Foundation Clinical Council
For further information on the audit contact Patrick Young, National Audit Coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian public hospitals recommended to have stroke units
Disclaimer: This information is based on self reported information from mid 2013 as part of the National Stroke Audit. Attending a hospital listed here, does not guarantee that stroke unit care or thrombolysis will be provided.
Introducing the AuSDaTThe Australian Stroke Data Tool (AuSDaT) has been built to offer hospital clinicians in acute and rehab settings a new single data collection tool for clinical monitoring in stroke care. As part of the rollout, the tool has replaced the existing Stoke Foundation audit tool and is being used by several hundred hospitals (acute and rehabilitation services) to collect Organisational Survey and Clinical Audit data for the National Stroke Audit. Visit the Australian Stroke Coalition website for more information on AuSDaT. See more about on the Australian Stroke Coalition website.
The AuSDaT can be directly accessed here - www.ausdat.org.au