Healthcare Improvement Scotland came into existence on the 1 April 2011 and will build on work previously done by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland and the Care Commission. Our vision is to deliver excellence in improving the quality of the care and experience of every person in Scotland every time they access healthcare.
Official website of NHS Scotland (National Health Service for Scotland). Comprehensive range of searchable information, statistics, publications and links relating to Health in Scotland.
The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) objective is to improve the quality of health care for patients in Scotland by reducing variation in practice and outcome, through the development and dissemination of national clinical guidelines containing recommendations for effective practice based on current evidence.
ScotPHN is open to everyone in Scotland who has a professional interest and significant involvement in the wider health improvement agenda including staff from the NHS, local authorities, academia and others.
A resource to help planners, learning and development specialists and others in NHSScotland think creatively about education and training. Produced by NHS Education for Scotland (NES), Testing for the Best provides a range of materials to help the NHS get the best outcome, best design, best delivery and best value from their educational investment.
The Knowledge Network is a national online knowledge service, providing high quality knowledge support for health and social care staff and partner agencies to underpin effective health care delivery and support the patient journey.