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Find out more about key networks involved in implementing mental health service improvement across England, including: Clinical Networks, Clinical Commissioning Groups and Academic Health Science Networks.

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UCLPartners UCLPartners

UCLPartners helps people to work together to translating cutting edge research and innovation into measureable health and wealth gain for patients and populations in London, across the UK and globally. Read more »

Wessex Academic Health Science Network Wessex Academic Health Science Network

The Wessex Academic Health Science Network aims to deliver life-long health benefits through system-wide collaboration, accelerating the emergence of new technologies, services and wealth, whilst facilitating rapid knowledge exchange and uptake into education and training. Read more »

East Midlands Academic Health Science Network

East Midlands Academic Health Science Network is a systematic delivery mechanism for innovation, enabling all National Health Service and Higher Education Institutions industry and other partners to engage in research and innovation from its inception, and translate their expertise once that research and innovation is ready for implementation. Read more »

Oxford Academic Health Science Network Oxford Academic Health Science Network

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network enables partners to come together with commissioning bodies, patients and the public to form a community to participate in providing evidence based best care for our patients and population, to innovate and in so doing, to deliver new opportunities to create wealth. Read more »

Clinical Senates The Way Forward: Clinical Senates

This document published by the NHS Commissioning Board outlines the role that Clinical Senates will play in providing strategic clinical advice and leadership across a broad geographical area to clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), health and wellbeing boards (HWB) and the NHS England from April 2013. Read more »