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Partners & Governance

The eRedbook project is being run as a public-private partnership among a range of commercial, governmental, statutory and local authority organisations acting in the role of a project board. Key project partners include:

Sitekit Applications Ltd

The eRedbook developer, Sitekit Ltd is a private company that specialises in the development of web solutions for the NHS in England. Sitekit has provided web portals and applications for more than 80 NHS organisations.

Harlow Printing

Harlow Printing has worked with a range of healthcare organisations over the last 20 years in the continual revision and development of the current Redbook. The company published the first UK-standard Redbook in 1994.

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH)

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) is responsible for training and examining paediatricians in the UK. The college has over 13,500 members in the UK and abroad and sets the standard for professional and postgraduate medical education. The RCPCH currently hosts the multi-disciplinary PCHR committee which oversees the current eRedbook content.

Microsoft HealthVault (UK)

Microsoft HealthVault (UK) is a secure platform that allows individuals to record and share personal health data. Users may control which elements of their healthcare data they choose to share with their family and healthcare professionals.