• Tara Humphrey

Why Your CEPN Needs a Website

Updated: Jun 11, 2019



Whilst it may not need to be a priority in the first year of setting up your Community Education Provider Network (CEPN), as your network develops, you may want to consider

the following benefits of setting up a website.


A website will help you to promote your network and give people a better idea of what

CEPN actually is, why you have created one and what you hope to achieve.


CEPNs in some localities need to reach over 50, 60 or 70 plus general practices, multiple Clinical Commissioning Groups, pharmacies, care homes, voluntary groups, etc… Make it easy for them to understand and engage with you.


It doesn’t have to be expensive, but it does need to look professional, be easy to navigate and kept up to date.


A website can also help support your networks communication and provide you with an effective way to manage any training courses and events that you regularly run.


It won't and should not replace the vital face to face interaction needed to build relationships, but a website will support your marketing, communication and engagement

efforts.

Finalist Creative/Digital Category

for The Business of Healthcare Podcast 2020

Runner-Up Business Woman of  the Year 2018

Runner-Up Business Woman of  the Year 2017

Winner Best Newcomer

2016

Published in The London Journal of Primary Care 2018

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