The South West Mental Health, Dementia and Neurological Conditions Strategic Clinical Network is responsible for working with providers, commissioners and other partners in the new NHS architecture to deliver patient focussed improvements in outcomes and experiences.
This is being achieved by the network linking professionals and organisations together to achieve results for patients that are best delivered through an integrated, whole system, approach.
For details of the Mental Health, Dementia and Neurological Conditions Network 2015-16 work programme click here
- Dementia: A new way of thinking
February 9, 2017
Peter Bagshaw, Clinical Lead for the South West Dementia Clinical Network, will speak on the importance of timely diagnosis, good community support and the benefits of viewing dementia as a ...Read more ...
- Early Intervention Psychosis peer review programme launched in the South West
February 1, 2017
In 2015/16, a new access and waiting time standard was introduced to ensure that more than 50% of people experiencing first episode psychosis commence a NICE recommended package of care ...Read more ...
- Launch of the third Annual Report from the South West Clinical Networks and Senate
October 10, 2016
The third annual report of the South West Clinical Networks and Senate gives a brief summary of the work undertaken during 2015/16 and showcases some specific examples for each area ...Read more ...