Thursday, 14 January, 2016
Holiday Inn Runcorn
12.30pm - 4.30pm

PHE would like to invite you to the National Cardiovascular Health Intelligence Network Masterclass in Cheshire on Thursday 14 January 2016.

Experts from Public Health England's National Cardiovascular Intelligence Network will be joined by colleagues from NHS England's Commissioning for Value team, SSNAP (national stroke audit), UK Renal Registry, the National Diabetes Audit and NICOR (national heart audits) to deliver a free masterclass on understanding and using CVD data and intelligence to support quality improvement.

If you are a primary or secondary care clinician with an interest in CVD, a member of the Strategic Clinical Network, CCG CVD commissioner or local authority colleague, the masterclass is an opportunity for you to:

• learn more about the data and information that is available to you to support your CVD (heart, stroke, diabetes and renal) quality improvement programmes
• interrogate your own local CVD data relevant to your area of interest
• network with CVD colleagues across the Strategic Clinical Network

The masterclass will take place at Holiday Inn Runcorn, Wood Lane, Runcorn WA7 3HA. The nearest train station is Runcorn East which is approximately two miles from the venue. Registration and lunch will be from 12.30  to 12.55 and the masterclass will run from 13.00 to 16.30.

For further information about the programme please visit the masterclass website.

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