‘Public Involvement’ with the NHSScotland eHealth Programme

I’ve been given the opportunity to maybe help work on the initial shape of some work on this, and am off to see some colleagues in the policy team for eHealth this afternoon. It seemed that some notes would be a good idea to help frame the discussion, so I’ve written some. The file is attached to this post. Usual disclaimers about the content being strictly my own wild-eyed ideas apply – at least pro tem. We’ll see how the discussion goes today – undoubtedly the material will evolve quite radically, if all goes well.

To try to compress my ideas down to what I could write on a postcard, all I’m suggesting at this point is that we don’t have a fix on what public involvement with eHealth might consist of, yet, and we need to talk about it. Not very complicated really is it? But we need to take care to avoid leaping to conclusions because we feel under pressure to get a move on.

 More in separate posts soon, as I try to summarise any main points I might want to dwell upon.

 The very rough draft [remember caveats!] notes are here: scoping-public-involvement-ehealth-project-brief-v01.doc


1 Response to “‘Public Involvement’ with the NHSScotland eHealth Programme”

  1. 1 Diversity & Equality & eHealth « Working Notes 2.0 Trackback on May 25, 2007 at 2:36 pm

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