this might be of interest to people here re campaigning about medical standards and monitoring
Begin forwarded message:
From: Adrian Delemore <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 19 April 2008 16:24:17 BDT
Subject: Fw: Patient and public workshop - 24 April
Reply-To: [log in to unmask]
I thought you may like to have information about an event which I and various others from the Justice in Health Network (JIHN) are attending :-
The Future of Regulating Health Professionals
– the Patient’s Perspective
Thursday, 24 April 2008
Avonmouth House, 6 Avonmouth Street , London , SE1 6NX
The event has the aim of involving a wide-range of patient and public representatives in plans for increasing patient safety by improving the way that health professionals are regulated
For those travelling from outside London, reimbursement of return rail / travel costs is available (2nd class not 1st).
Please also let me know if you are already registered to attend, or intend to register.
This is an important opportunity to have a say in the development of CHRE and DoH strategy for patient and public involvement, and in the development of healthcare professional regulation policy.
However for this consultation to have an impact, we need to develop an ongoing monitoring process. I hope those who wishing to attend will play a role in developing that process, and would welcome contact in that regard.
Attached are the invitation document, and the Draft Agenda.
AdrianAdrian Delemore, Project OrganiserJustice in Health Network (JIHN)Phone: 07973 834 012Park Cottage, Portsmouth Road,Esher, Surrey, KT10 9JF--- On Thu, 17/4/08, Michael Blomfield <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
From: Michael Blomfield <[log in to unmask]>Subject: Patient and public workshop - 24 AprilTo: [log in to unmask]: Thursday, 17 April, 2008, 5:08 PM
In response to your email I attach the invitation letter and a draft agenda to the event to take place 10.00-16.00 on Thursday, 24 April at Avonmouth House, London. Representatives of your organisation are more than welcome to attend; I apologise that you have not already received the invitation as Justice in Health Network is on our list of organisations we look to keep in contact with regarding such events. May I also take this opportunity to clarify your contact details for our database, which we have as follows:
Policy & Research Officer
Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence
London WC2N 5HR
Direct line: 020 7389 8013
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