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Stakeholder Engagement

Our designated four CEPNs across the Thames Valley are the Bucks Training Network, Berkshire West CEPN, East Berkshire Collaborative Training Network and the Oxford and Abingdon CEPN.


As part of our engagement with Community Education Provider Networks (CEPNs) we will hold quarterly developing days, inviting stakeholders from Higher Education Institutes alongside health and social care organisations and providers within primary healthcare. The development days will provide opportunities for our delegates to network and also share learning and best practice across the CEPNs.

Our next development event will be held in March 2017.

Our first stakeholder event
Our first stakeholder engagement event was held on 14 December, 2016 at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford and was attended by a variety of stakeholders from healthcare providers and higher education institutions who took the opportunity to learn more about the aims and objectives of our CEPNs.

Following a brief introduction from Zoe Berry, the HEE TV CEPN Lead, Mandy Claret, Barnet CEPN Project Manager, opened the event with an excellent presentation outlining the experience of establishing the Barnet CEPN over the past 2 years. This presentation can be found on this page under the 'related document' section. The presentation was followed by an open forum during which our attendees were able to pose a variety of questions to Mandy.

The event was well evaluated by attendees who found it both informative and welcomed the opportunity to begin making useful connections within the networks.

Newsletters
We will produce regular newsletters as a helpful reference guide. These newsletters will contain links to useful documents, discussions and tools to remind our stakeholders about upcoming events and deadlines. The most recent edition of our newsletter can be found below.

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