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Clinical Networks are part of NHS England, working across the boundaries of commissioning and provision, as engines for change in the modernised NHS. They are one element of the new system that supports commissioners with their core purpose of quality improvement and ultimately the achievement of outcome ambitions for patients. Clinical Networks sit alongside a system of Operational Delivery Networks and Clinical Senates, supporting innovation and service improvement where a large scale change is required across very complex pathways of care involving many professional groups and organisations.

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Learning Disability Conference

The Learning Disability Conference led by the Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria Strategic Clinical Network for Mental Health, Dementia and Neurological Conditions was held on the 4th September 2014 at the Reebok Stadium, Bolton. Read more »

East of England East of England Crisis Care Concordat event

This event on the 4th July at Newmarket Racecourse will assist the implementation of the Crisis Care Concordat in the East of England. Participants will learn about the concordat, explore current problems in crisis care, examine good practice examples and work together to develop local concordat declarations. Read more »