Future Requirements and Possibilities for Public Involvement in Health and Social Care
We commissioned research to explore the future possibilities for public involvement in Scotland, in the context of planned integration between adult health and social care services. The report includes sections on existing experiences of public involvement and future possibilities and lessons learned from four in depth case studies of public involvement in health and social care in Scotland. These case studies were East Renfrewshire, Dundee, Highland and West Lothian. (ODS Consulting, 2013)
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Publication date: June 2013
This report summarises the key findings of the research which explored the future possibilities for public involvement in Scotland, in the context of planned integration between adult health and social care services. The report sets out the key issues raised by the research.
This short "think piece" outlines some ideas about how people – as individuals and communities – could be involved in discussions and decisions about health and social care in Scotland in the future. It was used to prompt discussions at the four public events held in the summer of 2013.