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The Notts Care Record

Getting Started

Get started with Notts Care Record

Getting Started with the Notts Care Record

As a frontline health and care practitioner, we’re here to support you get the most out of the Notts Care Record within your organisation. 

Here, you’ll find a wealth of resources designed to help you confidently use the platform, ensuring you can deliver the best care possible. Explore our training materials, FAQs and promotional tools to get started.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Got a question? Our FAQs provide in-depth answers to common queries from health and care professionals, patients and service users. It covers the advantages of the system, data security measures, access protocols, and its pivotal role of the Notts Care Record in supporting better, more coordinated care.

FAQs Notts Care Record

Training Guide

Our comprehensive training guide is tailored to help frontline health and care teams get acquainted with the Notts Care Record. It offers detailed instructions on the platform’s key features and functionalities, helping you to leverage the system to improve care and coordination.

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Communications and Awareness Materials

To help promote the Notts Care Record within your organisation, we have a variety of promotional materials that Communications teams can tailor to their organisation’s individual rollout. These include screensavers, posters, social media templates, infographics, and email banners, all designed to raise awareness and encourage adoption of the platform.

Notts Care Record Poster

Contact Us

If you need further assistance, please contact your service desk. For general enquiries, you can reach the Notts Care Record team using the contact form below.

By utilising these resources, you can ensure a smooth transition to the Notts Care Record and maximise its benefits within your team. Partner organisations are encouraged to get involved and promote the advantages of the system, fostering a culture of enhanced care coordination and improved patient outcomes.