Thursday, 25 January 2018

Join us In Glasgow February 23rd Give your views on changes to primary care. event for carers

Give your views on changes to primary care. We want to hear how the development of GP teams might impact you and how they can work for you.

We want to capture views on how the changes are likely to impact peoples’ experiences of interacting with primary care.
This might be potential opportunities presented by the new contract to improve services that people want emphasised; or it could be risks/concerns associated with the changes, such as broadening the scope of primary care services, particularly the changing role of the GP.
There is also an opportunity to explore how ongoing engagement can ensure that people are involved throughout not just the design but the delivery of the new contract.
Who should attend?
This workshop is aimed at gathering input from people who access GP services and are interested in giving their views on the new GP contract.
Outputs and recommendations from this engagement will be presented to the Scottish Government for consideration in ongoing discussions around the GP contract. The ALLIANCE will continue to make the case for these outputs in interactions with Scottish Government throughout the development of the GP contract.
We will be holding eight workshops across Scotland, with two being focused specifically on getting views from young people and unpaid carers.

Location:Glasgow - Session for carers
Time:10:00 - 13:00
Address:The Dixon Community, 656 Cathcart Rd, Glasgow, G42 8AA

For more details contact

Name:Gregory Hill-O'Connor
Phone number:0141 404 0231
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