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NJR Clinician Feedback  

NJR Clinician Feedback is a resource available to all orthopaedic surgeons in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Isle of Man who undertake hip, knee, ankle, elbow and shoulder replacement surgery and are registered with the National Joint Registry (NJR). 

NJR Clinician Feedback is designed to provide orthopaedic surgeons with data and information relating to the care that has been delivered both by them and on their behalf and it enables an analysis of data within the wider context of hospital, sector (NHS and Independent Healthcare), and national benchmarks. It also provides a means of plotting data within a statistical control chart (funnel plot) enabling surgeons to view trends apparent from the data held by the NJR.

The service is regularly updated.  What data are available and what updates to the service can be found on the homepage for Clinician Feedback here.

NJR Clinician Feedback is a secure system and requires users to contact the NJR Service Desk (enquiries@njrcentre.org.uk) in order to obtain a password. A hospital email address must be used.

For all queries or guidance on NJR Clinician Feedback, please contact the NJR Service Desk in the first instance on 0845 345 9991 or email: enquiries@njrcentre.org.uk.

NJR ReportsOnline

ReportsOnline provides information to surgeons, hospital data managers and suppliers on case totals, case mix and implant usage. It offers the opportunity to view and download detailed and summarised reports on:

  •  the procedures performed
  •  implant usage
  •  patients (available to surgeons only)

The reports can be accessed through the normal data entry page and can be printed or downloaded as CSV or XML files.

Instructions on how to use, view and download the reports are available from the related documents area. Note that you must have a valid username and password to access ReportsOnline and details of how to obtain this can be found in the guides. Alternatively, surgeons may wish to contact their hospital data administrator.

  
  
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