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Headache Services Business Case Development Meeting

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08 Dec 2022 15:00 - 17:00

This meeting is aimed at clinical leads, consultants, specialist nurses and AHP specialists as well as senior service managers and business managers responsible for headache services.

Neurology Network Managers are hosting an interactive business planning meeting for headache services on Thursday 8 December 15:00 - 17:00 GMT. Spaces are limited so please register early.

This will be a highly interactive Zoom meeting with limited spaces. You'll be expected to turn on your camera and get involved in the discussions.

Overall Meeting Objectives

  • Support attendees with the resources and knowledge to improve patient outcomes

  • Ensure attendees obtain understanding of national policy/political directives to position local development in line with national policy and levers to achieve this.

  • Actively discuss business planning for headache services to enable services to increase capacity and value

  • To highlight models of care that could be replicated

  • Ultimately seeking to ensure patients have equitable access to:
    • appropriate, coordinated care

    • treatment modalities as needed

Programme - last updated 29/11/22

Programme subject to change

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