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Developing our Workforce

Nick King describes Connected Health Cities and the role of Lancaster University, which has two strands: Relationships with industry; and workforce development.

We must ensure that our programme also supports the development of our workforce to review, understand and take action on the information we provide.

To help assist this process, we have developed an extensive process of engagement with clinical staff in our reference areas of Alcohol, COPD and Epilepsy as well as educational programmes.

We need to ensure that we understand the information needs of front-line staff, commissioners and providers which give them information which allows them to make decisions to improve and pathways and make decisions about services.

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