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A conversation with Professor Tim Cook: the NAP studies and NAP 7

Here Prof Tim Cook outlines the findings of the NAP 7 study and describes how it has influenced perioperative care.

In this step Professor Tim Cook introduces the RCoA National Audit Projects. Prof Cook is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Trust and is director of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) National Audit Project Programme.

These huge projects have had an incredibly positive impact on the practice of anaesthesia over the last 15 years. Here we get an insight into how topics are chosen, metholodology used for the projects and how Perioperative Cardiac Arrest became the topic for the latest project, NAP 7.

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