In April 2016 NHS England published the outcome of a 30 day engagement period with stakeholders on proposed changes to Clinical Reference Groups and their membership. Further information on the changes can be found in the engagement outcome report.
Please note – the stakeholder registration process has been revised to reflect the new CRG structures being introduced from April 2016.
How to register
Stakeholder registration is open for all stakeholders, including patients, carers, service users, members of the public, clinical staff, provider organisations working in specialised services and voluntary sector partners.
If you are interested in the work of the specialised services Clinical Reference Groups (CRGs) you can register as a participating stakeholder. This means that we will invite you to review and comment on clinical policies and service specifications at an early stage of development, contact you directly about relevant consultation process and, if appropriate, invite you to take part in a policy development working group.
On registration you will be asked to tell us a bit more about who you are and your interest areas. This information is held by the specialised services team and will not be used for any other purpose. If you have a disability or for any reason have difficulty in registering as a stakeholder online, or if you would like your details removed from the stakeholder register, please contact the membership team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not sure whether your service has been defined as ‘specialised’, please refer to our National Programmes of Care and Clinical Reference Groups pages which contain details of all defined specialised services.
Latest news and updates
If you would like to keep up to date with the latest news and developments in specialised commissioning then you can register to receive our Stakeholder newsletter.
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