We have, on behalf of the Scottish Government and Healthcare Improvement Scotland, gathered the views of people using health and care services, members of the public, carers and community groups on a variety of health-related topics.
Our reports summarise how we went about this, what we found, and how people's views had an influence.
Through our network of engagement offices we are able to collate comments and experiences from across Scotland in order to give a national perspective. Our staff use a range of methods - including focus groups, interviews, questionnaires and events - to gather people's views. We regularly work with local third sector organisations and community groups to reach people, especially those who are often excluded from consultations.
If you would like to be part of a local gathering views exercise, please contact your nearest engagement office.
People living with ME
The Scottish Government asked us to find out how people living with ME experience health and social care, and what support they would like to see in place.Find out more
Shared decision-making and the use of 'question prompts'
The Scottish Government asked us to hold discussion groups and interviews with members of the public to find out if 'question prompts' would help people become more involved in medical consultations.Find out more
General Standards for Neurological Care and Support
Healthcare Improvement Scotland asked us to gather the lived experiences of people with a neurological condition to help inform new standards for neurological care and support.Find out more