Reports

Annual Report 2013

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Reporting on 2012

Published on Tuesday 12th November 2013

This report summarises data that have been collected via an electronic care pathway installed in all ECT treatment clinics in Scotland. Data are collected on every aspect of patient care relating to ECT to ensure compliance with SEAN standards. The data within this report are presented in sections relating to patient characteristics, legal status, diagnosis & indications, details of interventions, clinical outcomes, service user & carer contributions and accreditation visits.

In addition to this information, there is also a summary table available on page (i) to enable comparison of clinic activity across Scotland in 2012.

 

Annual Report 2012

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Reporting on 2011

Published on Tuesday 13th November 2012

This report summarises data that have been collected via an electronic care pathway installed in all ECT treatment clinics in Scotland. Data are collected on every aspect of patient care relating to ECT to ensure compliance with SEAN standards3.

The data within this report are presented in sections relating to patient characteristics, legal status, diagnosis & indications, details of interventions, clinical outcomes, service user & carer contributions and accreditation levels.

In addition to this information, there is also a summary table available on page (i) to enable
comparison of clinic activity across Scotland in 2011.

 

Annual Report 2011

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Reporting on 2010

Published on Tuesday 25th October 2011.

This report summarises data that have been collected via an electronic care pathway installed in
all ECT treatment clinics in Scotland. Data are collected on every aspect of patient care relating to
ECT to ensure compliance with SEAN standards3.

The data within this report are presented in sections relating to patient characteristics, legal status,
diagnosis, details of interventions, clinical outcomes and self-reported patient experience. In
addition to this information, there is also a summary table available inside front cover to enable
comparison of clinic activity in 2010.

 

Annual Report 2010

Reporting on 2009

Published on Tuesday 26th October 2010.

This report summarises data that have been collected via an electronic data collection system and care pathway installed in all ECT treatment clinics in Scotland. Data are collected on every aspect of patient care relating to ECT to ensure compliance with national clinical standards.

The data within this report are presented in sections relating to patient characteristics, legal status, diagnosis, details of interventions and clinical outcomes. In addition to this information, there is also a summary table available on the inside cover flap to enable comparison of clinic activity in 2009.

 

Annual Report 2009

Reporting on 2008

Published on Tuesday 29th September 2009.

This report summarises data that have been collected via an electronic care pathway installed in all ECT treatment clinics in Scotland. Data are collected on every aspect of patient care relating to ECT to ensure compliance with clinical standards.

The data within this report are presented in sections relating to patient characteristics, legal status, diagnosis, details of interventions and clinical outcomes. In addition to this information, there is also a summary table available on the inside cover flap to enable comparison of clinic activity in 2008.

 

National Audit of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) in Scotland

Final Report - (Project CA/96/10) - January 2000

Dr CPL Freeman, Dr J Hendry, Dr G Fergusson

CRAG (Clinical Resource and Audit Group), a committee chaired by the Chief Medical Officer, is the main forum within the Scottish Executive Health Department for the development of policies on clinical effectiveness. Until 1998 CRAGS main grant awarding body was the National Projects Committee (NPC). Following a review, the NPC was superceded by the Clinical Effectiveness Programmes Subgroup (CEPS).

The establishment of the Scottish Parliament in 1999 led to the Scottish Office becoming the Scottish Executive. As a result, the Scottish Office Department of Health was renamed the Scottish Executive Health Department (SEHD).