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NHS Network D source code Regional Dermatology Networks
Welcome to the Regional Dermatology Network’s supporting website where you will find information and content around our previous 8 Dermatology events. Wilmington Healthcare Network Events are fully aligned to Health Service Journal (HSJ) as HSJ Regional Networks, providing HSJ expertise in addition to Wilmington Healthcare insight and intelligence. The networks are a series of progressive regional meetings which bring together key stakeholders from primary, community, secondary care, public health, social care and third sector who are involved in the commissioning and delivery of services to care for and support patients. They promote the commissioning of high quality, outcomes focused, value for money services for dermatological conditions in your local health economy, and develop services aligned to Integrated Care System models. Free to attend for NHS and related professionals, the half-day regional network meetings cover specialty areas of Dermatology, Diabetes Mellitus, GI and Liver, Mental Health and Rheumatology and MSK Disorders. For further information please contact networkevents@wilmingtonhealthcare.com or visit: https://regionalnetworks.hsj.co.uk/network-meetings-dermatology
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NHS Network East of England GP Commissioning Network
The GP Commissioning Network is designed to be a forum for sharing good practice and current documents, events and training which may be relevant or of interest to its members. It is open to all members of PCTs, Consortia, GP practices or anyone with an interest in GP Commissioning.
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NHS Network Durham, Darlington & Tees Local Professional Network (Pharmacy)
We are a non-statutory, strategic network that brings together representatives from all pharmacy sectors as a source of credible, clinical advice to commissioners to help to achieve the best clinical outcomes for local patients
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NHS Network IMPRESS IMProving and Integrating RESpiratory Services in the NHS
Collaboration between British Thoracic Society (BTS) and Primary Care Respiratory Society-UK
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NHS Network Dental Webinar Network
Network for delegates attending PCC dental webinars.
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NHS Network GARFIELD Study
Global Anticoagulant Registry in the Field (GARFIELD). Discussion Forum to share information and resources.
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NHS Network Specialist Dermatology Pharmacist Network
A national network for specialist pharmacists working within the field of dermatology - including primary and secondary care.
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NHS Network Improving Access to General Practice: Commissioner and Provider Support Network
The national improving access to general practice team at NHS England is working closely with NHS England regional teams to support CCGs and groups of practices to deliver improved access to general practice across the country by March 2019 and meet the seven core requirements set out in the NHS England Operational Planning and Contracting Guidance 2017-19. This network will provide peer to peer support and will enable CCGs and groups of practices to benefit directly from the experience and lessons learned by the GP Access Fund schemes to help shape their plans and approaches. Further information is available at www.england.nhs.uk/gpaccess
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NHS Network Brent Clinical Executive Committee
This is a network of local clinicians who have formed a Clinical Executive Committee as an amalgamation of PEC and PBC
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NHS Network Early Intervention Support Network (EISN)
The Early Intervention Support Network (EISN) is an online network, established to support staff working within eye clinic settings, providing front line services to newly-diagnosed blind and partially sighted people including those diagnosed with a sight threatening condition. The aim of the network is to create a community of professionals working within eye clinics across the UK, for peer support, development and dissemination of best practice, problem solving, sharing ideas, experiences and resources relevant to supporting and advising blind and partially sighted people at the point of diagnosis.
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