CRANE Newsletter – Issue 2022 (3): 22 August 2022 now available
The CRANE Newsletter Issue 2022 (3) is now available to download.
This issue includes information on:
- new publications and conference activity from CRANE, including the International Congress of Cleft Lip, Palate and Related Craniofacial Anomalies 2022, held in Edinburgh in July 2022;
- the online Quality Improvement (QI) events in February and May 2022, plus details of our next event in January 2023 – which will focus on the forthcoming 2022 annual report;
- the next SSQ Dashboard data submission deadline; and
- a reminder of all the resources available to support your data entry and verification.
The Newsletter has been emailed to all our known contacts at services that provide cleft care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. If you would like to be added to our eNewsletter mailing list, please contact us.
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