Health and Social Care Act 2012 - NHS Reforms > Local Involvement Networks (LINks)

As part of the changes brought about by the Health and Social Care Act 2012, Local Involvement Networks (LINks) ceased to exist on 31 March 2013, being replaced by Healthwatch which is the new consumer champion for both health and adult social care. Healthwatch has two distinct forms - Local Healthwatch, and, at national level, Healthwatch England.

The LINk websites were captured by the British Library UK Web Archive at the end of March 2013.

Please note the British Library UK Web Archive has no affiliation to any of the archived websites. Information on the websites was accurate at the time of archiving but now remains static. Content residing behind login pages was not archived.

Sites (137)

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  1. Barking and Dagenham LINk
  2. Barnet LINk
  3. Barnsley LINk
  4. Bedford LINk
  5. Bedfordshire LINk
  6. Bexley LINk
  7. Birmingham LINk
  8. Blackburn with Darwen LINk
  9. Blackpool LINk
  10. Bolton LINk
  11. Bournemouth, Dorset, Isle of Wight, Poole, Slough, Somerset, and West Sussex LINks
  12. Bracknell Forest LINk
  13. Bradford LINk
  14. Brighton and Hove LINk
  15. Bristol LINk
  16. Buckinghamshire LINk
  17. Bury LINk
  18. Calderdale LINk
  19. Cambridgeshire LINk
  20. Camden LINk

Sites (137)

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