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The first Sprint National Anaesthesia Project (SNAP-1) took place on Tuesday 13 May and Wednesday 14 May 2014.

SNAP-1 was the first in what we hope will be an exciting new initiative of projects involving anaesthetists and hospitals throughout the UK.

SNAPs are intended to provide a 'snapshot' evaluation of clinical activity and patient centred outcomes that are important and relevant to both patients and anaesthetists.

SNAP-1 was a research project which involved a 2-day evaluation of patient reported outcomes after anaesthesia: specifically, patient satisfaction after anaesthesia and patient-reported awareness.

The findings of the project have been analysed and some of the initial results were presented at the HSRC/QuARC meeting which took place on 17th March 2015 at the RCoA.

Further information about SNAP-1 can be found on this website but if you would like to know more please contact us.