Useful Links

The National Audit Office

The role of the National Audit Office is to – Audit the accounts of all government departments and agencies as well as a wide range of other public bodies and report to Parliament on the economy, efficiency and effectiveness with which these bodies have used public money.

The London Pain Consortium

The London Pain Consortium was formed in June 2002 by a grant from the Wellcome Trust, under its Integrative Animal and Human Physiology Initiative (IAHP). The purpose of the consortium is to undertake internationally competitive research in pain research and to train scientists in the integrative physiology and genomics of pain.

The NHS Leadership Academy

The NHS Leadership Academy brings together in to one body, for the first time, all of the national activity supporting leadership development in health and NHS funded services.

The General Medical Council (GMC)

The GMC registers doctors to practise medicine in the UK. Our purpose is to protect, promote and maintain the health and safety of the public by ensuring proper standards in the practice of medicine.

The Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission is the new health and social care regulator for England. We look at the joined up picture of health and social care. Our aim is to ensure better care for everyone in hospital, in a care home and at home.

First Point Decon

First Point Decon is a fast growing online directory specialising in healthcare decontamination, aimed at people working in the NHS and other Healthcare Organisations who are searching for companies that supply decontamination equipment, consumables, medical devices and services. Companies listed on First Point Decon are regularly checked for accuracy, helping you find the right companies.

Sound Physicians

Sound Physicians is a physician-founded and led organization providing services across the acute episode of care – through emergency medicine, critical care, hospital medicine, population health, telemedicine and physician advisory services.

Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network

The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) was formed in 1993. Our 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.

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