The following are teams that we regularly work with within our networks to help us in our mission to improve care for patients and families.
BLISS wants every baby to benefit from their work, no matter how long they live or how long they spend on a neonatal unit. www.bliss.org.uk
PIER is a collaboration of multidisciplinary health professionals working to improve the care of children and young people in the South of England through development of regional guidance, delivery of educational initiatives and exciting paediatric research. www.piernetwork.org
KSS Transport Service
The Kent, Surrey and Sussex Neonatal Transfer Services is comprised of three separate teams which operate to cover the entire region and offers a comprehensive planned and unplanned neonatal transfer service. This enables the movement of critically ill patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week across the region and the elective transfer of less unwell infants.
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Congenital Heart Disease Networks
Event: Study Day – Educate the Educators – 2nd March 2022 Networks:
South West Critical Care Location: Junction 24, Bridgwater Date: 2nd March 2022 - 2nd March 2022 Time: 10:00 - 16:00 Information: A free day for all Educators in the South West Critical Network For further details see below or click here to visit booking site. Agenda includes Health Education England – The new ICU course Human Factors with Dr Ian Kerslake The New PNA role Coaching and Mediation Lunch and teas/coffees included. To register for a ... Find out more