Shared learning


This section provides information on Learning Networks supported by NHS Health Scotland, NHS Education Scotland and NHS Quality Improvement Scotland, as well as links to national support networks and resources available to support CHPs address health inequalities.

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Further information is available on National Support Resources, as well as Association of Community Health Partnerships (CHPs) conference case studies. They include a diverse range of practice and demonstrate the broad contribution that CHPs and their partners make in tackling inequalities.

Learning Networks

Learning Networks are a great way of sharing information and good practice in specific areas of interest. For example, the Equally Well Test Sites Learning Network (external link) allows learning from the eight test site areas to be shared between the sites and stakeholders.

The network site contains the thoughts, opinions, lessons learned and best practice which has been generated by the test sites.


NHS Health Scotland

NHS Health Scotland’s Learning Networks were established to support the dissemination of learning accrued and to develop and share the evidence base for action in the areas of:


NHS Education for Scotland

NHS Education for Scotland supports a wide range of networks across a variety of topics. Further information on these networks is available on the NHS Education for Scotland (external link) website.


NHS Quality Improvement Scotland

NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (QIS) supports several networks to support learning and practice development in the following areas: Midwifery, Nursing and Allied Health Professionals.

Further information on these networks are available on the QIS website (external link).

Reviewed 29 July 2014

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