South of England Children's ODN networks, including the Critical Care Network, Neurosciences Network, Surgery in Children Network, Children and Young Adults Cancer Network and Children's Cardiac Network:
Southampton Children’s Hospital is part of University Hospital Southampton NHS foundation trust – one of the largest teaching trusts in the country - providing general and specialist paediatric services in the south of England.
Find out more: www.uhs.nhs.uk/for-visitors/southampton-childrens-hospital
This project aims to align the various providers of paediatric care across Wessex in order to ensure that children receive high quality care irrespective of where they present and that parents receive consistent healthcare messages. The website includes clinical pathways for pathologies that straddle primary and secondary care, as well as Wessex-wide secondary care guidelines and dedicated material for young people.
Find out more: www.what0-18.nhs.uk
The Southampton Oxford Retrieval Team (SORT) is a collaboration between two paediatric intensive care units delivering expert paediatric critical care to hospitals throughout the south of England. Its website hosts a dosage calculator and useful guidelines for children with acute severe illness.
Find out more - www.sort.nhs.uk
The Southampton Oxford Neonatal Transport service (SONeT) is a collaboration between two neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) in Oxford and Southampton. It provides emergency neonatal retrievals, planned transfers and repatriations in Thames Valley and Wessex neonatal network.
Find out more: www.sort.nhs.uk/SONeT
The Ready Steady Go transition programme, developed by the Transition Steering Group and led by Dr Arvind Nagra, provides the necessary tools to successfully transfer children with chronic medical conditions onto adult services.
Find out more: www.readysteadygo.net