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NHS Networks

  • What NHS Networks can do

NHS Networks allows you to

Create and manage a network or community of interest. Take part in discussion forums, share knowledge and good practice including videos and presentations. Get news, views and information about events.

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Create a network

  • Set up and maintain a network

Set up and maintain an NHS Network

The network creation wizard enables a new network to be created within minutes. Test-drive our demonstration network to try out the network administration and content management features of the site.

See our help section for more details.

Manage content

  • Manage content and membership

Manage you network content and membership

The network administrator toolbox allows you to add content to your network and manage membership.

See our help section for more details.

Email news

  • Get news straight to your inbox

Sign up for news

Sign up to receive our daily news alerts straight to your inbox.

You can also receive a newsletter every Friday containing a summary of the week's news.


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Welcome to NHS Networks


  • A visual guide to NHS spending
    NHS England has published an illustrated guide to the methodology and approach to the way that resources are allocated in the NHS, as an introduction to the allocations technical guidance.
  • Working with people and communities
    Social prescribing link workers play a pivotal role in connecting PCNs with the existing groups and services that support their patients’ wellbeing at community level. For social prescribing to work well, a collaborative approach to working with partners and communities is needed, including further community development within primary care and outside.
  • NICE pushes for multidisciplinary teams in cerebral palsy care
    NICE’s latest quality standard highlights areas for improvement in care for adults with cerebral palsy, to enable them to live independently.