The National Congenital Heart Disease Audit (NCHDA) Research Committee promotes the use of audit data in high quality research projects. it does this by collaborating with universities, other audits and clinicians, as well assessing applications for access to data. Data are released subject to the research committees approval and agreement of the applicant to the NICOR data sharing agreement. it meets on a quarterly basis.

Current applications of our data in academic research include:

2012 Dr Kate Brown
Defined additional research questions - data analyses using the congenital dataset following on from the risk adjustment project Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust   
2012 Mr Serban C. Stoica
The impact of planned and unplanned reoperations after paediatric cardiac surgery in the UK Bristol Heart Institute and Bristol Children’s Hospital     
 2012 Mr Serban C. Stoica    
Aortic valve procedures in children and young adults – outcomes and trends from the UK national database Bristol Heart Institute and Bristol Children’s Hospital   
 2012 Dr Kate Brown
Infant deaths in the UK community following successful cardiac surgery - building the evidence base for optimal surveillance Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust   
2013 Professor Massimo Caputo  
Congenital Coronary Artery Anomalies- surgical management and outcomes from the UK national database. Bristol Royal Infirmary
2013 Joanna Glenwright Activity Analysis - NHS England new congenital heart disease review NHS England
2013 Dr Andrew Jones 
Pulse oximetry screening for congenital heart disease in newborns: lessons from two years’ experience in a district general hospital Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust      
2014 Dr Paul Clift Review of complications from device closure of secundum atrial septal defects in UK Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Published academic research can be found by following this link:

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