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The NHS Long Term Plan – longtermplan.nhs.uk
Full document or Summary Document
The Interim People Plan – the draft workforce development plan
Implementing Universal Personalised Care and NHS England Personalised Care webpages – england.nhs.uk/personalisedcare/
Social Prescribing Summary Guide
Explaining Primary Care Networks, from the Kings Fund
Patient and public participation in commissioning health and care: statutory guidance for CCGs and NHS England [PDF].
Involving people in their own health and care: statutory guidance for clinical commissioning groups and NHS England [PDF] – also aimed at engaging parent carers in their children’s care and treatment decisions.
Supporting pupils with medical conditions at school [PDF] – statutory guidance about the support that pupils with medical conditions should receive at school.
RCN publication – Meeting health needs in educational and other community settings – Guidance for Royal College of Nursing (RCN) members who have a responsibility to plan for, or are required to safely meet the health care needs for, Children and Young People (CYP) in various settings.
Briefing on The Children & Families Act 2014 for health practitioners – some of the key issues for health practitioners in implementing the reforms from the Council for Disabled Children.
Requirements to provide health advice within six weeks [PDF] -a factsheet from the Council for Disabled Children.
Designated Medical/Clinical Officer Handbook -a resource from the Council for Disabled Children.
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