Welcome to Talking Health Taking Action: Your One Stop Shop for Self-Management Support
On the 28th April 2017 members of The Stanford Coordinators' Network met to agree the Network's aims and objectives
These are just a few of the comments that we received from Coordinators after the event:
"Really pleased THTA setting up this network...they facilitated the day in a supportive and professional way - really encouraged open dialogue and collaboration"
"It was great to feel part of the bigger picture"
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"There is a real opportunity for those of us committed to evidence based self-management patient information to come together under the banner of person centred care to maximise the opportunities offered by the Five Year Forward View".
- Jonathan Berry, NHS England Lead - Shared Decision Making and Health Literacy
I have joined the Stanford Coordinators' Network to share best practice and learn. There are many coordinators out there so a lot of experience to offer each other but previously we have not been linked up- I am now the only person in post locally delivering the programme. I am very supportive of this Network and am looking forward to attending the Spring Conference
- Sharon Lonnen, Expert Patient Programme, Kirklees
I am new to South Derbyshire delivering the Expert Patient Programme and feel quite isolated. I have joined the Stanford Coordinators' Network so I can seek information and support and work together with my colleagues across the country. I'm looking forward to attending the Conference on 28th April
- Karen Ziglam, South Derbyshire
"The value of networks is really being recognised now, one of the key recommendations from the Realising the Value final report is how does NHS England support networks of practice..."
- Jim Phillips, NHS England Delivery Lead - Empowering People & Communities
Talking Health Taking Action was founded by Jane Cooper-Neville and Jean Thompson, MBE in 2011. The story didn't start there though ...
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The Stanford Coordinators' Network supports providers of Stanford programmes across the UK & beyond
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