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May 29. 2011
dkb123

Hello Everyone,

Here are some useful link i think might be beneficial to our cause. I hope they give you an idea of achieving our goal.

WWW.invo.org.uk
Involve,Promoting public involvement in NHS,Public Health and Social Care Research.

www.institute.nhs.uk
Nhs Institute for Innovation and improvement.

www.healthtalkonline.org
Illnesses and Diseases Information Guide
 
www.thinknetwork.org.uk
Local Link 
 
www.towerhamletsdirectory.co.uk
Directory Publishers
 
www.data.go.uk
Statistics Website
 
www.london.gov.uk
Data store
 
www.nhs.uk
choices.All what the health service can do.
 
www.towerhamlets.gov.uk
Council Website
 
www.towerhamlets.nhs.uk
Primary Care Trust
 
Please if you have any other suggestions add them so other users can have access.
 
Thank you and have a wonderful Weekend/Bank Holiday,
 
Cheers,
 
David.
 
June 16. 2011
Phil Collis

Hi everyone,

I am back off holiday ;)

I think it would be a good idea to include www.dyingmatters.org

and perhaps a link to our video to show the kind of work we do?

There is a huge list of different community based support and services so maybe we need to think about categories? 

cheers

Phil

June 16. 2011
Julia Bileckyj

We could adapt this existing Connecting for Health template to ensure we get the listings with all the required info - it does need modifying to make it easier but at least it would be a start. oops, not sure how I attach a document!

Absolutely agree with Phil we will need to think about categories - which could be age related, - childrens services, young adults, adults and seniors?

Julia B

 

June 28. 2011
dkb123

Thanks, What do you think terry?

June 28. 2011
dkb123
Previously Phil Collis wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am back off holiday ;)

I think it would be a good idea to include www.dyingmatters.org

and perhaps a link to our video to show the kind of work we do?

There is a huge list of different community based support and services so maybe we need to think about categories? 

cheers

Phil

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