This handbook describes what local health and care systems can do to transform neurology elective care services at pace, why this is necessary and how the impact of this transformation can be measured.
In August 2018, Sue Ryder commissioned a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to all Local Authorities in England asking about their services for people with neurological conditions. This report sets these findings in the context of other recent research and an earlier FOI conducted by Sue Ryder which was targeted at CCGs. The report makes […]
In November 2018, SUDEP Action led the Prevent 21 Summit on tackling epilepsy related deaths. This report is the executive summary of the recommendations from the summit. Endorsed by The Neurological Alliance and the Epilepsy All Party Parliamentary Group, it contains seven recommendations for change.
The Neurological Alliance worked with partners including the Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network (SCN) to produce a new commissioning brief for local commissioners, to help them to improve the services provided in community settings to people diagnosed with a long-term neurological condition. DOWNLOAD GUIDE DOWNLOAD REFERENCE REPORT DOWNLOAD EXAMPLES
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