Knowledge hub capturing the consequences of COVID-19 marks first anniversary

Fuse is a proud partner of C-WorKS (COVID Consequences - Want it or Know it, Share it), a collaborative community to share knowledge and resources with health and social care professionals about the wider consequences of COVID-19 from across Yorkshire and North East England.

One year on, C-WorKS remains an established and constant source of information to find answers and support.

In a letter marking the first anniversary of the hub, Richard Barker, Regional Director (North East & Yorkshire) NHS England & NHS Improvement and Peter Kelly, PHE Regional Director and NHS Director of Public Health North East & Yorkshire said:

"One year on since its launch in June 2020, now is a timely opportunity to recognise the importance of collaboration and working together across organisational and sectoral boundaries. C-WorKS now has over 650 members across many different parts of the health and care system, with over 230 resources added directly by members.

"We would like to reiterate our support for C-WorKS and thank all the members for their engagement and vital contributions made during a challenging year. It is your dedication, hard work and willingness to share that has made C-WorKS happen and evolve to the active community that it is today.

"The effects of COVID-19 on the health and care system post-pandemic will require further collaboration and learning. With this in mind, we can see the C-WorKS community continue to grow and flourish.

"Once again, many thanks to the C-WorKS community. Keep sharing and keep connecting."

C-WorKS has produced a flyer with more detail, this and the latest Introduction to C-WorKS information pack can be accessed via the links below:

Last modified: Wed, 09 Jun 2021 11:45:40 BST