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Conference season continued this week with NHS Benchmarking & Good Practice in Operating Theatres. This project runs biennially in our work programme; we had fantastic attendance at the event, giving a great opportunity to network and share good practice. Read more here.
Following a fantastic start to our 2018/19 national conference programme, boasting great attendance and informative speakers, we are pleased to launch our remaining conferences. Save the date in your diaries – further details are available on the members’ area and registration will open soon.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the 2018 Primary Care Benchmarking Project.
Please go to https://www.nhsbenchmarking.nhs.uk/ and register to participate.
NHS England would like to make you aware of the availability of their co-produced free guides that provide older people with practical advice to support healthy ageing and caring.
The conference season was launched on Thursday 20th September with a national event to present the findings of one of our longest running projects, Benchmarking & Good Practice in Radiology Services. Read more about the speakers and our findings here.
NHS Benchmarking Network have now opened the data collection for all Acute, Community, Mental Health, and Ambulance Trusts to participate in the Learning Disability Improvement Standards review.
The Planned Care benchmarking project is open to all NHS Commissioners. Register your organisation now via the members’ area to participate in this new project.
We will be collaborating with Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT), NHS Improvement, for the Outpatients data collection 2018. Register now to participate.
NAIC Wales Project Feedback event is announced. The findings conference is free to attend for all stakeholders of Intermediate Care services within Wales.