Clinical Networks Business Plan 2017-19

The South East Clinical Networks 2 year business plan 2017-19 provides detail on the focused role of the networks on ongoing delivery support of the Five Year Forward View (5YFV) with the key clinical priority programmes of NHS England, namely mental health, diabetes, maternity and the cardiovascular component of urgent & emergency care. The cancer programme is in a transition year and will be absorbed into the 2 Cancer Alliances across the South East – Surrey & Sussex and Kent & Medway.

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Annual Report 2015-16

This report provides high level detail on some of the significant achievements during the year, focusing on the challenges, impact and benefits of the clinical networks’ interventions.

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Stroke Service Specification

The South East Stroke Service Specification has been recently updated following the publication of the revised RCP Stroke Guidelines in September 2016. The specification looks at the whole stroke pathway with the purpose of supporting the delivery of high quality care to patients and to achieve the standards set out in the South East Stroke Standards.

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South East Stroke Standards

The South East Stroke Clinical Advisory Group has reviewed the South East Stroke Standards following the recent publication of the revised RCP Stroke Guideline (2016) and the amended version is now available.

SE Clinical Network Stroke and TIA standards
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Sharing best Practice in Living with and beyond cancer Event 2017

With stratified pathways and recovery package now included in the operational planning guidance for 2017-19 you might want to know more about what this means and hear from people who are already working in these areas.

South East Clinical Networks

The South East Clinical Networks support the delivery of the 5YFV linked to the key clinical priority programmes of NHS England, namely mental health, cancer, diabetes, maternity and the cardiovascular component of urgent & emergency care. We bring patients, carers, clinicians, commissioners and organisations together across Kent, Surrey & Sussex centred on these core priority programmes to enable the delivery of significant strategic quality improvements.

The South East Clinical Networks work in close alignment with the national, regional and local teams in driving the implementation of the core clinical programmes and in the provision of targeted improvement support to commissioners and providers. Clinical leadership is central to all programmes and ensures clinical engagement in programme delivery across the pathways of care.

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