Tagged: engagement

Smart guides to engagement: Guides for CCGs

Good engagement with patients and the public helps deliver inclusive and successful commissioning. CCG leaders have been asking for pragmatic, relevant and practical approaches to good patient and public engagement – how people can have a say in the planning, … Read more → – Smart guides to engagement: Guides for CCGs

Matthew Kershaw reflects on provider readiness seminars

Matthew Kershaw, Director of Provider Delivery, has taken time out to share his reflections on a series of seminars which the Department has been running in partnership with NHS Confederation across the country to discuss provider readiness for the new … Read more → – Matthew Kershaw reflects on provider readiness seminars

Working with service users to improve services

Guide for commissioners on how NHS staff and service users can work together to improve services Earlier this week Panos London and Naz Project London (NPL) launched the findings of a three year collaborative pilot study, Beyond Consultation. The project … Read more → – Working with service users to improve services

Putting people first

Colleagues from a wide range of health and social care charities, voluntary sector organisations, along with commissioner and service provider representatives met on 27 February in London to discuss various approaches for ensuring people are put at the heart of … Read more → – Putting people first

New CCG case studies – patient and public engagement

In 2011, 25 emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) were awarded funding by the Department of Health to run a range of Patient and Public Engagement (PPE) projects using best practice techniques.  The aim was for each emerging CCG and primary … Read more → – New CCG case studies – patient and public engagement