Patient and Public Engagement – still an aspiration?

ConsultationPatient and Public Engagement (PPE) is an integral part of delivering good healthcare.

Involving the people who use services is a statutory obligation and a democratic principle. It also makes good business sense for commissioning organisations faced with difficult decisions and limited budgets.

Primary Care Commissioning (PCC) has joined forces with People Matters Network to research where we are on the road from good intentions to good engagement.

Please take a few minutes to compete this short survey.

The closing date is Wednesday 17th April.

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Warwickshire County Council's home for information and intelligence about Warwickshire and its people.

One Response to Patient and Public Engagement – still an aspiration?

  1. Bedworth resident says:

    Lots of litter bins in Nuneaton.A very tidy town.
    Fabulous Market too.

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