Importation of plasma and use of apheresis platelets as risk reduction measures for variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease – Advisory Committee on the Safety of Blood, Tissues and Organs (SaBTO) Paediatric Components Working Group (PCWG)

Report from SaBTO’s Paediatric Components Working Group looking at whether scientific evidence supports updating specific vCJD risk reduction measures.  This document reports on the findings of the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Blood, Tissues and Organs (SaBTO) Paediatric Components Working

RightCare: Progressive Neurological Conditions Toolkit – NHS RightCare

People with progressive neurological conditions are experiencing delays in diagnosis and treatment, fragmented and uncoordinated services, limited availability of neurospecialist rehab and reablement and a lack of psycho-social support. This NHS RightCare toolkit provides expert practical advice and guidance on

Guidance on the use of cannabis‐based products for medicinal use in children and young people with epilepsy – British Paediatric Neurology Association

Interim clinical guidance for clinicians in the use and prescription of cannabis‐based products for medicinal use in children and young people with epilepsy. The BPNA has been asked to highlight the key questions specialist clinicians should address before considering prescribing

Transforming elective care services neurology: Learning from the Elective Care Development Collaborative – NHS England

This handbook is for commissioners, providers and those leading the local transformation of neurology elective care services. It describes what local health and care systems can do to transform neurology elective care services at pace, why this is necessary and

Neuro patience: still waiting for improvements in treatment and care – The Neurological Alliance

Neurological Alliance report presenting the findings of the 2018/19 National Neurology Patient Experience Survey. The report covers three main themes – accessible, personalised and holistic care and support (which includes social care, mental health and financial security). Overall, the 2018/19