CALL TO THERAPISTS .  become involved with the NHS England initiative on Rehabilitation

Published: 30th October 2014

NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence and NHS on rehabilitation

NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service is currently involved in a further piece of work for NHS England on rehabilitation and I think it would be useful for TiMS and people on the directory to be aware of it and get involved. It is also relevant for nurses, commissioners and GPs.


There is a forum for the Community of Practice and news on there includes a call for submissions for NHS England Innovation Challenge Prizes which would be very relevant for therapists working in and innovating services for people with MS.

For further information people can go to Community of Practice. It would be great if people started joining in on the forum.



National ‘Improving Adult Rehabilitation Services’ programme expands:

The NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service (NHSCSI) is very pleased to be supporting this national programme.

The Rehabilitation Delivery Board established by NHS England is long term conditions and rehabilitation to support people to return to work or remain in work. You will be very well aware that these are both relevant for people with MS.

You can find out more about the ‘Improving Rehabilitation Services’ Programme and how you can be involved through the  Community of Practice. We would be very pleased to hear about your thoughts and experiences. There is also news of a call for submissions for the NHS England Innovation Challenge Prizes relevant to rehabilitationthe appointment of Regional Rehabilitation Leads and what’s happening for children and young people. 


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