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We are delighted to announce that Northern Ireland will be participating in the Organisational Level element of the National Audit for Care at the End of Life for 2018/19.
We are delighted to launch the 2018 Pharmacy & Medicines Optimisation project run by the NHS Benchmarking Network. This is the fourth iteration of the project and builds on last year’s project, in which over 170 organisations took part.
We are pleased to announce that data collection is now open for NACEL 2018 and submissions will be open until 12th October.
Throughout May, we ran a successful series of regional events, focusing on how members can use the NHS Benchmarking Network to help identify service improvement opportunities. Read more about our activity here.
We are pleased to announce that the Urgent Care project is open for data collection and submissions will be accepted until the 27th July. For any further information, please contact Jessica Walsh or call 0161 266 2313.
We are pleased to announce that the Community Services project is open for data collection, the project is available to all providers of community services.
We are pleased to announce that data collection is open for the Operating Theatres benchmarking project. The deadline for submission of data is Friday 20th July.
We are pleased to launch data collection for the 2018 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services project.
There have been rapid developments within the NACEL, outlined here. These include a review of the eligibility criteria and definitions of death signed off by the Steering Group. Read more here for more information.
Data collection is now open for NAIC 2018 and will run until 27th July 2018. Registered participants can access the data collection pages via the members’ area,
Service user audit forms will be distributed week commencing 21st May to all services that were registered to take part by the 20th April.