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Respiratory MCN

What is a Managed Clinical Network?

Managed Clinical Networks (MCN) have been defined as ‘linked groups of health professionals and organisations from primary, secondary and tertiary care working in a co-ordinated manner, unconstrained by existing professional and Health Board boundaries to ensure equitable provision of high quality, clinically effective services throughout Scotland’.

NHSGGC Respiratory Managed Clinical Network

The aim of the NHSGGC Respiratory Managed Clinical Network (MCN) is to work with colleagues involved in management of respiratory disease to improve the respiratory health and quality of life of the people of Glasgow & Clyde; ensuring that the adult population of Glasgow & Clyde has equitable access to high quality respiratory services, which are based on evidence, best value for money principles and patient preference.   The MCN will focus on non malignant adult respiratory care, but anticipate links with paediatric services as work of the MCN develops.

We welcome comments and feedback on all aspects of our work:  [email protected]