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MINAP Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project
The Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project (MINAP) began in late 1998 when a broadly based Steering Group developed a dataset for acute myocardial infarction. The dataset has been further expanded to cover the management of other acute coronary syndromes. The Steering group represents key stakeholders including professional bodies, national government and patient representation, in conjunction with the British Cardiovascular Society.
- The Steering group members list (word document)
MINAP is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) who hold commissioning and funding responsibility for MINAP and other national clinical audits. An academic group, which reports to the Steering Group, has been established to facilitate research use of the data. It is the long term aim of the project to continue to provide, for all interested groups, including patients, commissioning bodies, cardiac networks of care, and academic researchers, first class data on the care for acute coronary syndromes within England and Wales.
Dr Clive Weston
|Project Manager||Lucia Gavalova (click to email)|
|Project Co-ordinator||Ronald van Leeven (click to email)|
- National Institute for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research
- Institute of Cardiovascular Science
- 170 Tottenham Court Road
- London W1T 7HA
- Tel: 0203 108 3931
- firstname.lastname@example.org (click to email)
The MINAP 2012 Public Report has been published and is available to download More...
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