NHS networks

NHS networks

A resource that went live in 2005 to promote networking in the Health Service, which helps people interact, share ideas and improve the NHS for its workers and users. It allows people to join existing networks, start new ones and enables the interconnectivity of various networks. It provides a gateway to, and register of, networks operating within the NHS, and is intended to connect people and places, as well as to market the NHS.
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Mr Hickson said he found the old number on web pages for NHS Choices search, NHS Choose and Book, NHS networks list of acute trusts, Radio North Tees and The University of Teesside.
The Patients Association said it was worried that the growth of online pharmaceutical sources could now pose a threat to official NHS networks.
NHS networks are national in scope, serving rural as well as metropolitan areas.
Edna Robinson, managing director of the Clinical Commissioning Community Programme and national lead for NHS Networks, will talk on how to truly 'get connected' in the new NHS and beyond.
To support you to becoming a top networker, with or without points, LOCSU has invited Edna Robinson, the founder of NHS networks, to present to delegates on the value of networking.
One of the keynote lectures 'Get networked, get connected' will be given by Edna Robinson, managing director of the Clinical Commissioning Community Programme and founder of NHS Networks.
Edna Robinson, national lead for NHS Networks will set out how to truly 'get connected' in the new NHS and beyond.