Public Patient Engagement
Patient and public engagement in commissioning sexual and reproductive health and HIV services: Stakeholder Consultation Report
The report of the consultation conducted by LSBU into PPE in commissioning is now available. Please click here to download.
PPE MADE EASY
On the 18th May 2011 we held a one-day event 'PPE Made Easy' to launch our online toolkit. The presentations from this day are given below:
Hong Tan: "LSHP and PPE"
Prof Nicky Robinson & Dr Ava Lorenc: "‘Strengthening Partnerships’: Launch of the toolkit"
Chris Sandford: "PPE: Why bother; how to implement and examples from Mortimer Market"
Brook Peer Educators: "What is it like to be engaged"
The evaluation report of the event is now available, click here to download.
Patient & Public Engagement Strategy 2008-2012
This document states the aims of the Sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS patient and public engagement strategy working group. This is to to develop a strategic, systematic approach to patient and public engagement (PPE) in sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS services (SRHH) in London. This document clearly outlines the roles and expectations of members of the group, and states how it will operate and be managed accordingly.
This document explains in detail how the London Sepcialised Commissioning Group plans to achieve its stragegic aim of using the views of the patients and the public to contribute to the specialised services in London. This document describes what patient and public engagement, (PPE), is; why it is important; how progress in achieving the aim will be led, monitored and evaluated, as well as providing useful information and resources to support the process. This document includes details of how patients and the public can get involved, along with the appropriate application forms and contact details.
This document outlines developments to the CQUIN payment framework for 2010/11. It should be read as an addendum to the guidance published in December 2008. The CQUIN payment framework aims to support a cultural shift by embedding quality improvement and innovation as part of the commissioner-provider discussion everywhere. This addendum sets out changes to the CQUIN framework for 2010/11, clarifying developments that were anticipated and adjustments in response to early learning and feedback from 2009/10.