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E04. Paediatric Neurosciences

Scope This Lead and Inform Clinical Reference Group (CRG) covers all aspects of specialised and highly specialised services for children with Neurological disease and impairment, across all areas of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Childhood Disability and Rehabilitation. It also includes other aspects of specialist and highly specialist commissioning including neurophysiology, neuroradiology, neuropsychology and neuropsychiatry. Children with neurological […]

Specialised blood disorders

This Lead and Inform Clinical Reference Group (CRG) covers haemophilia and other bleeding disorder services. Bleeding disorders are medical conditions in which the blood fails to clot properly. These conditions are rare in the general population, affecting around 24,000 people in the UK. Most are genetically inherited. They include Haemophilia A and B (classified as […]

Specialised paediatric respiratory

This is a Respond and Advise Clinical Reference Group (CRG). Common paediatric respiratory conditions are managed in local hospitals or primary care settings, but complex and rare conditions are managed in conjunction with a specialised paediatric respiratory centre.  Support via outreach is often needed for children with complex respiratory disorders, typically those requiring respiratory support […]

Innovator zone

AT Group is comprised of AT Medics, AT Learning and AT Tech, and we are transforming the NHS through our provision of Primary Care services, national training and development programmes and health technology. Our innovative programmes and solutions are well embedded in General Practice across the UK.     AMA Expert Eye Real-time collaboration tool […]

October 2022 prioritisation decisions

Each year, NHS England makes decisions on which new specialised treatments should be routinely commissioned. The decisions are based on advice from the Clinical Priorities Advisory Group (CPAG), which is made up of doctors, health experts, and patient representatives, and taken by the NHS England Board. Treatments are grouped into five levels of priority, with those […]

E03. Paediatric Medicine

Scope This CRG covers the more specialised elements of children’s care across a range of medical specialties, including highly specialised services, renal services, diabetes, rheumatology, immunology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, haematology, respiratory, palliative care and gender identity development services. Membership Chair: Dr Sue Protheroe, Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Dr Ronny Cheung, Clinical […]

Specialised respiratory

This Transform Clinical Reference Group (CRG) deals with patients that have breathing difficulties. Respiratory disease services are usually provided by respiratory physicians in local hospitals. However, some diseases are very rare while other more common ones can lead to complex problems. Scope This clinical reference group covers: services for people with severe and difficult-to-control asthma […]

E08. Neonatal critical care

Scope This Transform Clinical Reference Group (CRG) covers Neonatal care and associated specialised transport for neonates.  Specialist neonatal care provides a care pathway from birth for the neonate requiring resuscitation and stabilisation at delivery to delivery of care in an appropriate level of neonatal critical care facility, including neonatal intensive care units, local neonatal units […]

Partner Organisation workshops

NHS England’s partner organisations were invited to lead pop-up university workshops focused on their own priority areas. NICE’s Office for Market Access Speakers: Nick Crabb, Programme Director for Scientific Affairs at NICE, and Nina Pinwill, Associate Director of the Office for Market Access at NICE The fast-paced world of life sciences means that new drugs, devices […]