Primary care staff can make a difference in child health services
Published: 22 June, 2018
NHS Digital are seeking participants from primary care to support a new child health services project.
GPs, practice managers and practice administrators are invited to shape the future National Failsafe Management Service. This service is part of the wider National Events Management Service, which aims to ensure that all children in England receive the standard programme of care defined by the Healthy Child Programme.
The National Failsafe Management Service will use information from the National Events Management Service to tell systems where a child is and which professionals are caring for them.
This is an advisory role, requiring no specialised digital knowledge. Participants give half a day to a day per month including
- attendance at meetings
- offering advice, guidance and support either in person or by email or telephone
- reviewing documentation
Read more on the NHS Digital website here.
Last updated: 22 June, 2018