Accessing NJR Data. Inez Dunn NJR Regional Coordinator North West England. About Me. Worked in NHS for over 25 years Team Leader & Regional Co-ordinator for North West England Registered Nurse Trauma & Orthopaedics. 4. Questions. What happens to NJR data ?
NJR Regional Coordinator
North West England
Consultants must give permission for their data to be seen by the HDM – This will change with the next database upgrade
Need own login & password to access this
Split this way because several components may be implanted during one operation and this generates too much data to download for easy display in one spreadsheet
These reports include all operations performed at your hospital, irrespective of whether the Lead Consultants have consented to share data
(2) Choose the report you want to run
(3) Click “show report”
If a Surgeon has not sent the NJR a signed Change of Permission form giving consent for the HDM to see their data, apart from Procedure Casemix & Brand usage, none of their information will appear in any reports.
With the report displayed on screen, click ‘This data is available to download as a CSV file’.
A ‘File Download’ window will appear where you are given the choice to Open or Save the CSV file.
Opening the CSV file will display your data on screen in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet which can then be saved to a file location of your choice.
If you would like training on how to use any of the reporting mechanisms used by the NJR contact your Regional Coordinator who will be happy to organise this with you.
0845 345 9991