Community based Stroke Rehabilitation Guidance

The South East Stroke Clinical Advisory Group have produced best practice advice and a suggested pathway model, which is aimed at helping commissioners and providers of stroke rehabilitation to better understand their services and identify where potential gaps may exist in the provision of community stroke rehabilitation. In addition, information has been gathered on best practice national models and psychology provision

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SESCN Annual Report 2014 - 2015

The South East Strategic Clinical Networks have produced an annual report for 2014/15 which showcases all achievements during the year.

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Transition Best Practice Pathways

The South East Coast Maternity, Children and Young People Network has developed transition best practice pathways for three long term conditions - asthma, epilepsy and diabetes. The recommended pathways are developed by utilising examples of best national and local practice, key national policies.

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Strategic Commissioning Guidance

The South East Strategic Clinical Networks have produced commissioning guidance and advice on the following areas – cardiovascular; mental health and dementia; maternity, children and young people; cancer; and neurological care.

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Stroke Service Specification

We are pleased to announce the publication of the updated South East Stroke Specification which recommends a new and updated whole pathway stroke specification for the South East 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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Prevention Event

On the 26th April 2016 the SE CN held an event in partnership with PHE and NHS England which was aimed at supporting commissioners to think innovatively about commissioning services to help prevent ill health.

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What are the Strategic Clinical Networks?

Strategic Clinical Networks (SCNs) work in partnership with commissioners (including local government), supporting their decision making and strategic planning by working across the boundaries of commissioner, provider and voluntary organisations as a vehicle for improvement for patients, carers and the public. 

In this way, SCNs will:

  • Reduce unwarranted variation in health and wellbeing services
  • Encourage innovation in how services are provided now and in the future
  • Provide clinical advice and leadership to support their decision making & strategic planning