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NHS Network text/texmacs West Midlands Neonatal Transfer Service (WMNTS)
The WMNTS works with the Neonatal Units in the South West Midlands Newborn Network (SWMNN) and Staffordshire, Shropshire and Black Country Newborn Network (SSBCNN) to provide a safe and timely transfer/retrieval service for the babies. To ensure that babies are cared for in the right place and at the right time and where possible nearer to home (DOH 2003).
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NHS Network Welsh Frailty Fracture Network
Welsh Frailty Fracture Network. Our aim is to facilitate excellent standardised care for all Welsh Frailty Fractures.
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NHS Network Yorkshire & Humber Neonatal ODN
The Yorkshire and Humber Neonatal Operational Delivery Network includes 18 neonatal units in Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and Northern Lincolnshire. These web pages contain information and documents related to "network" business rather than individual units local issues. The network team aim to provide you with information which is useful and informative. If there is anything which you wish to have included or notice anything which is not working as you expect please use the "Feedback" link on the left and let us know. We are always keen to improve and your feedback will help us continue to do so.
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NHS Network National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network
The Clinical Research Network. Supporting research to make patients, and the NHS, better.
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NHS Network The Alliance LDS
Central repository for the storing of members data minutes of meetings etc
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NHS Network GM LEHN
The Greater Manchester Local Eye Health Network (LEHN) will be a vehicle for clinically led and clinically owned delivery of: • Quality improvement • Best outcomes for patients that reflects local need • Best use of NHS resources, supporting the delivery of QIPP • Planning and designing integrated care pathways • Clinical Leadership and engagement
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NHS Network PCC associate network
Network to keep PCC associates up to date.
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NHS Network Northern Neonatal Network
The Neonatal Network for the North East and North Cumbria, supplying neonatal special care and intensive care to the babies born in these areas.
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NHS Network Common Assessment Framework for Adults Learning Network
Documenting the learning from a three year programme to test different approaches to sharing information across agencies to support personalisation. JOIN THIS NETWORK TO GET UPDATES WHENEVER THERE IS NEW CONTENT. There are three main areas to this network. 1 Lessons Learnt from the CAF Programme (these can be found under three categories down the left 1. Redesigning Systems and Services, 2. Techincal Approaches, 3. General Programme Working and Support) 2. Message Board for ongoing networking, specifically in relation to information sharing across health and social care 3. Archived material from the old CAF Network used during the programme (again this can be found down the left side) The CAF Programme tested different approaches to sharing information across a variety of agencies to support the implementation of personalisation. There was an emphasis on maximising individuals’ control over their care and support arrangements (including over the information held about them by care and support agencies), and on the importance of the co-production of services and support: this presented many challenges to the established way of doing things. The three year CAF Programme started with a public consultation. Local Authority-led partnerships were asked to put forward an Expression of Interest to the Department of Health which resulted in nine partnership sites being selected in the first phase which started in March 2009. A further three sites were selected 12 months later. One site completed its work in March 2011, and the remaining 11 on 31 March 2012. A full independent evaluation report on the national CAF Programme will be available by autumn 2012. The sites were: Barnsley, Camden, Hampshire, Lincolnshire, Rochdale, Shropshire, Stockport, Warwickshire, Westminster as phase one sites and Cheshire East, Consortium (Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton) and Isle of White as phase two sites. The London sites were supported by NHS London. A summary of the phase one sites can be found at http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_099703
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NHS Network PCC Jersey Network
Network for PCC team Jersey work
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