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NHS Network Greater Manchester Essence of Care
A Manchester based audit project looking at the DoH's Essence of Care benchmarks.
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NHS Network Regional Rheumatology and MSK Disorders Networks portal
Welcome to the Regional Rheumatology and MSK Disorders Network’s supporting website where you will find information and content around our previous 11 Rheumatology 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 Rheumatology and MSK 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-rheumatology
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NHS Network Troff document Pain Summit
A network for discussions arising from the Pain Summit 2011
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NHS Network D source code SNNAP - Specialist Neuromodulation Nurses & Associated Professionals
Welcome to this forum created for Nurses and Allied Healthcare Professionals who work in the wonderful field of neuromodulation. It has been set up for you to share your knowledge and experience and request advice and opinions from other members. We invite NHS or private practitioners working (or who have worked) in neuromodulation subspecialties such as pain, spasticity, incontinence, gastrointestinal disorders, epilepsy and movement disorders (please join the DBSNA for all things DBS). To join this network and be able to view and add content please click 'Apply to join' above. Once your application is approved you can start posting through the ‘SNNAP Forum’ section found on the left menu. We look forward to hearing your opinions and always welcome applications to sit on the Committee and Subcommittees. Visit us at snnapoffice.wixsite.com/snnap Conditions of membership are to simply reply to an annual Declaration of Interest email which will also serve to refresh your membership. Please remember to observe patient confidentiality at all times and note your discussions will only be viewable by SNNAP members so ‘knock yourself out’.
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