Through National Networks, the people of Scotland have better access to high quality specialist care. This website provides information about NHS Scotland's National Networks and provides links to their websites. You will also find useful information that explains their purpose and how they operate.
- Background and types of National Network
- Why become a National Network?
- Commissioning and Performance Management of National Networks
Click here for more information about other types of network, such as local and regional networks.
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