Current patient and public partner roles

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly developmental differences plan

Help us to design a different way of helping neurodiverse children in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly healthcare.

These events offer an exciting chance to influence the future of service delivery in your area. Designed on co-creation principles, these events create space for all voices to contribute to shaping this exciting new approach to meeting all children’s developmental needs.

Working in a structured way in small groups, guided by skilled facilitation, we will discover together what the changes mean, what they can deliver, what we already have that works, and what needs to be changed to ensure the aspiration for a truly child-centred service is delivered.

Register to attend:

Read the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly developmental differences plan information leaflet (PDF only, 708KB)

For more information contact Hannah Barclay.

Patient and public voice (PPV) procurement partner

Role description

NHS Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Integrated Care Board (NHSCIOSICB) commissions a range of health and care for the population of Cornwall and Isles of Scilly.

Commissioning is best described as a continual process of planning, agreeing, and monitoring services. It involves many different elements ranging from an assessment of the population’s health needs, to deciding and defining how best services are delivered, to going out to tender for services, to negotiating contracts and quality monitoring.

NHSCIOSICB currently has several volunteer vacancies for patient and public (PPV) procurement partners.

Our PPV procurement partners are members of a specific project team who assess tender bid responses for a service in order to award an NHS contract to the successful bidder.

Details

The service which is currently being procured is the non-emergency transport service involving:

  • non-emergency patient transport
  • secure mental health transport
  • high dependency transport
  • car service

If you have experience of using any of the above transport services, you could be who we are looking for in terms of a PPV procurement partner.

The time commitment would be a maximum of 10 hours between mid-November 2022 and 25 January 2022. Training will be provided.

For more information, contact our communications and engagement team.

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