RES-Q is one of the largest international stroke quality registry. Registry of Stroke Care Quality (RES-Q) was launched in 2016. It is currently used in 98 countries across continents, with > 2,500 hospitals (both public and private) and 740,000+ patients data and counting (December 2023).
Absolutely free of cost, RES-Q is a ready platform for hospitals to use it as a quality improvement tool. It allows you to capture the whole patient pathway until discharged and follow up after 3 months.
The registry provides real time feedback on stroke care quality in form of dashboards and reports, and provides benchmarking against national average and in some countries against all other hospitals. Also, hospitals can easily download their source data. RES-Q National coordinators have access to national data and can provide them for national activities such as quality improvement or research.
RES-Q Registry uses one harmonized data collection form, both for primary as well as comprehensive stroke centres. Form is simple and uses dynamic fields. It is available in 15 languages including English.
RES-Q was initiated as an initiative of ESO EAST (European Stroke Organization- Enhancing and Accelerating Stroke Treatment), to help hospitals and countries improve their stroke care systems. RES-Q works in close collaboration with World Stroke Organisation (WSO), European Stroke Organisation (ESO), American Heart Association/ Stroke Association (AHA/ ASA), Angels Initiative, SVIN Mechanical Thrombectomy 2020+ (SVIN MT2020), and many other national stroke societies worldwide.
The RES-Q Registry platform development and maintenance by the health Management Institute (HMI) has been supported by the European Stroke Organisation as a part of the comprehensive quality monitoring program
RES-Q Registry is GDPR compliant. The data captured in RES-Q is used by several countries to publish their country level data in National and international journals. This data is also used by countries to bring policy change at a country level and process change in the hospitals.
Hospitals registered in RES-Q automatically get to participate in the ESO Angels Award programme.
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