RES-Q has several new initiatives to announce, along with new tools, and another round of results data.  Some of the highlights in their update are:

  1. New dashboard which will be updated daily and provide visualization for the most important metrics collected in RES-Q. This dashboard will be available to every hospital to provide a current view of their overall performance.
  2. Q2 RES-Q results.
  3. New data sharing agreement document. For participants which choose to collaborate with external partners, this document can be used to authorize data sharing.
  4. RES-Q has added a new team member. Paul Benbow has taken on the position of RES-Q coordinator, so you will be hearing more from him soon.
  5. To improve accessibility to RES-Q, they’ve partnered with the Angels Initiative to allow users of their Stopwatch app to instantly upload critical stroke treatment timepoint metrics directly to RES-Q.

More details for all of these initiatives can be found in the update, along with instruction for how to use some of the new tools. RES-Q is a collaborative effort, so they are looking forward to hearing any feedback you have for these updates, or for anything else relating to improving the project.