The NPAGNetwork is a managed question and answer forum. Users are quickly and effectively able to
share information, documents and examples of best practice with each other without having to step away from their desks. Questions and information requests are easily submitted via email or an online form where, on receipt, they are processed and disseminated amongst our wider network by one of our experienced NPAG team members.
The NPAGNetwork has to date received over 2500 information requests. Examples of documents obtained via the NPAGNetwork include:
- Policies & Procedures
- Job Descriptions
- Person Specifications
- Guides & Guidelines
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
- Example Contract & Service Specifications
- Example Tender Documents
- Quality Standards
- Audit Tools
- Patient Satisfaction Questionnaires and a whole range of other documents covering ‘Ambulances’ to ‘Zidovudine’
Previously exclusively available to our Best Value Group, National Networking Group members, NPAG have decided to open up the service to a wider audience offering a brand new NPAGNetwork subscription (costing just £200 for a 12 month subscription) and also including guest attendance at one of our group meetings. For more details about the NPAGNetwork, please click here.
If you or a colleague would like to learn more about our NPAGNetwork subscription option please contact Becky via email@example.com or call 01245 544600.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 10 questions / information requests per calendar month. Questions must be submitted by the named NPAGNetwork subscriber only. Only one group guest attendance per subscriber per 12 month subscription.
Disclaimer: NPAG does not accept any responsibility for the content of any responses or documents submitted to the NPAGNetwork in response to enquiries made. We make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the content of responses or documents submitted. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.