Patient Participation Awareness Week (NAPP / NHS Citizen / NHS England)

Summary

The National Association for Patient Participation (NAPP)’s Patient Participation Awareness Week, also known as the PPG Awareness Week, is June 1st – 6th 2015. There is a NAPP resource pack available.

“Patients and carers are the smoke alarms for the frontline of the NHS. They are often first to spot poor care and also have great ideas about how to make care better. They need to be involved in decisions not just about their care, but in designing better care for others”. Dr Phil Hammond.

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Reference

Patient Participation Awareness Week June 1st – 6th 2015: resource pack for PPGs. London: The National Association for Patient Participation (N.A.P.P.), February 2015.

NHS Citizen

The NHS Citizen Project involves developing a “design” concerning how NHS England can improve citizen participation and accountability; whereby patients, staff and the public can become more involved in decision making and hold the NHS to account. The NHS Citizen Design / NHS Citizen website is available, and local NHS Citizen development sites are planned.

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Reference

One giant step for NHS Citizen – Tim Kelsey [Blog]. London [Online]: NHS England, May 5th 2015.

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