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Liaison and Diversion Bulletin: October 2015

Publications Gateway Reference: 04343 Download the Liaison and Diversion Bulletin: October 2015 Welcome to the latest edition of the Liaison and Diversion (L&D) Bulletin, bringing you L&D news and updates together in one place. This month we meet three of the Wave Two schemes to find out what how well they have been getting on […]

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Informed: Issue 49

Featured NHS England’s Annual General Meeting – 21 October 2015 NHS England will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 21 October 2015 at the Kia Oval in London, starting at 4:30pm. The AGM falls on the first anniversary of the launch of the Five Year Forward View. This year, we want to provide our stakeholders […]

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Informed: Issue 48

Featured Healthy New Towns – a mouth-watering opportunity NHS England’s Healthy New Towns programme has been described as a ‘mouth-watering opportunity for public health’ by the President of the British Medical Association. Professor Sir Al Aynsley-Green, the former Children’s Commissioner, was speaking at the Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester and highlighted the potential […]

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Informed: Issue 45

Publication gateway number: 03954 Featured New partnership between NHS England and the Fire and Rescue Services A new partnership has been established between NHS England and the Fire and Rescue Services to carry out health checks on elderly people and patients with complex conditions. Working together with Public Health England, the Local Government Association and Age […]

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Informed: Issue 44

Publication Gateway number: 03928 Featured Matthew Jolly announced as National Clinical Director: maternity review and women’s health for NHS England NHS England is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Matthew Jolly as the National Clinical Director for Maternity Review and Women’s Health. Matthew is an experienced clinician who is committed to providing excellent individual care […]

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Informed: Issue 43

Publications gateway number: 03891 Featured NHS England launches first stage of new programme to improve young people’s mental health services NHS England has distributed £30m of funding to develop eating disorder services as part of the first stage of the programme to improve children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing. The money is to improve […]

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Informed: Issue 42

Publication gateway number: 03848 Featured NHS England has published the 2014/15 Annual Report The NHS England Annual Report is now available online. This report reviews a largely successful year and looks ahead to delivering the priorities set out by the Five Year Forward View.  In the report, NHS England Chairman, Sir Malcolm Grant said “Thanks to […]

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Informed: Issue 41

Publications gateway number: 03816 Featured Taskforce report aims to boost cancer survival and transform patient experience The Independent Cancer Taskforce has recommended six strategic priorities to help the NHS achieve world-class cancer outcomes. The cancer report outlines how an additional 30,000 patients every year could survive cancer for 10 years or more by 2020. The report […]

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Informed: Issue 40

Publications gateway number: 03786 Featured NHS Innovation Accelerator programme launched NHS England’s Chief Executive Simon Stevens and National Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh have announced the successful applicants of the NHS Innovation Accelerator programme – a scheme to make evidenced healthcare innovations more widely available to patients. Seventeen healthcare pioneers from the UK and abroad have […]

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Informed: Issue 39

Publications gateway number: 03750 Featured New Accessible Information Standard approved A new information standard has been approved which will ensure patients with a disability or sensory loss receive accessible information and communication support. All organisations providing NHS or adult social care will be required to follow the new Accessible Information Standard – known officially as SCCI1605 […]

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