Clinical Networks focus on priority service areas to bring about improvement in the quality and equity of care and outcomes of their population, both now and in the future.
Clinical Networks work in partnership with commissioners (including local government), supporting their decision making and strategic planning, by working across the boundaries of commissioner, provider and voluntary organisations as a vehicle for improvement for patients, carers and the public.
The Northern England Clinical Network serves in key areas of major health and well being challenge including; Learning Disability, Maternity, Mental Health and Dementia, and Physical Health and Long Term Conditions.
Each network has their own funding, staffing and governance arrangements but work towards the same goals of improving outcomes and reducing health inequalities.
Explore Our Clinical Networks
For more information visit www.necldnetwork.co.uk Our values People with a learning disability and...Find out more
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Mental Health and Dementia
Our aim is to provide mental health clinical advice, leadership and support in service change, devel...Find out more
Human rights in maternity care
We are hosting these one half-day online training session: An introduction to human rights law and how it applies in maternity care to empower healthcare professionals to deliver right’s respecting care. Available dates: 28 April 9.30AM-1PM 26 May 9.30AM-1PM 6 June 9.30AM-1PM 21 June 1.30PM-5PM 29 June 9.30AM-1PM The session will cover: What are human […]
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