This Clinical Reference Group (CRG) brings together services for major trauma and burns. Both of these service areas have well-established networks in place.
Chair: Professor Chris Moran, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery, Nottingham University Hospital.
Jacky Edwards, North
Sharon Scott, North
Peter Dziewulski, Midlands & East
Adam Brooks, Midlands & East
Fionna Moore, London
Mark Wilson, London
Amber Young, South
Robert Crouch, South
Roy Dudley-Southern, Patient & Public Voice
Jack Goldstraw, Patient & Public Voice
Shan Martin, Patient & Public Voice
Katharine Young, Lead Commissioner, email@example.com
A key part of the CRG’s work is the delivery of the ‘products’ of commissioning. These are the tools used by the 10 Hub Commissioning Teams to contract services on an annual basis.
Service specifications are important in clearly defining the standards of care expected from organisations funded by NHS England to provide specialised care. The specifications have been developed by specialised clinicians, commissioners, expert patients and public health representatives to describe both core and developmental service standards. Core standards are those that all funded providers should be able to demonstrate, with developmental standards being those which may require further changes in practice over time to provide excellence