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Our structure

The network is comprised of a number of groups as part of its governance structure that oversee, facilitate and undertake much of the work:

  • Board – Responsible for delivery of the network’s strategy and work plan, reports to the host organisation (Salford Royal Hospital)
  • Clinical Effectiveness Group – Oversees service improvement work
  • Subgroups – standing meetings to support specific areas
  • Steering Groups – support complex, longer term but time limited pieces of work that include task and finish groups within wider strategy and project programme
    • Functional Neurological Disorder
    • Life after stroke
    • Motor Neurone Disease
    • Neurological Longer Term Support
  • Task and Finish Groups –  time limited projects with a maximum of 12 months duration
    • Atrial Fibrillation monitoring post stroke/TIA
    • Community Advanced Clinical Practice
    • Developing stroke/NR research in GM
    • Facial rehabilitation
    • Hypoxia following out of hospital cardiac arrest
    • Implementation of CT Perfusion in hyper acute stroke
    • Neurogenic bladder and bowel
    • North Manchester Life After Stroke
    • Nursing competencies
    • Slow stream rehabilitation
    • Spasticity model and standards
    • Training needs – stroke and neurorehabilitation
    • Transient Ischaemic Attack
    • Vestibular model and standards
  • Peer Support Groups – support networking amongst professionals, sharing best practice and may generate ideas for projects
    • Advanced Clinical Practitioners
    • Community Nurses
    • Dietitians
    • Orthoptists
    • Speech and Language Therapists
  • Community of Practice – brings together professionals on a topic rather than a profession
    • Vocational rehabilitation