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The third and final National Audit of Intermediate Care conference for 2017 was held in Northern Ireland, where participants heard NAIC Northern Ireland project findings and good practice from two Health and Social Care Trusts.
Last week, our Support Team presented the NAIC Wales Project Findings event, offering an opportunity for networking, discussion of the 2017 audit findings and possible service improvements. Read more about the event here.
NHS Benchmarking Network and the Healthy London Partnership attended the 36th HSJ Awards on 22nd November. Read about the event here and find out more about the London Mental Health Dashboard.
Find out more about our involvement at Patient First 2017. Our Support Team were delighted to speak to delegates about the Network projects, specifically our Theatres project for 2018/19.
We welcomed delegates and speakers to our Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services conference last week. The event brought together national speakers, charity organisations, and members to provide a holistic view of the present CAMHS environment.
On Wednesday 15th November, we hosted the National Audit of Intermediate Care National Conference. Find out about the Patient Reported Experience Measure, England Summary Report, good practice and National policy here.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Suzanne Kite and Elizabeth Rees, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust as joint Clinical Lead for the National Audit of Care at the End of Life (NACEL).
Last week we hosted our Benchmarking & Good Practice in Mental Health Services conference. There was a wonderful array of discussion online and in the room, in response to our excellent speakers.
We hosted our Community Services conference on Wednesday 1st November, taking us past the halfway point for our events season for 2017. Read more here about the four good practice speakers and presentations from NHS England and NHS Improvement.