A Stakeholder Reference Group has been established to support how the Moving Forward Together Programme will inform and engage with the wider public. The Group is made up of patients, service users and carers or representatives from groups’ or organisations’ that represent them. They are from across the whole of Greater Glasgow and Clyde and will bring insight and perspectives from their experiences of using healthcare and social care services.
The main purpose of the Stakeholder Reference Group is to act as a sounding board for early plans and ideas. They will help us with how we communicate these with the wider public by advising on the development of and checking to make sure any information materials are clear, easy to understand and make sense. Finally they will also advise on how we might engage more widely with people and use their networks to share the work of the Programme.
As a patient I find it very interesting to see the opposite side of the health service. It’s very good to have a better understanding of the work that goes on behind the scenes to ensure the quality of our health service. I’m very encouraged that the health service wants to speak to people like me who understand and lives with the impact of what the various aspects of the care the health service provides and what this actually means for patients, carers and families.
Janice - SRG Particiapnt
Use the links below to find out more about how we are working with the Group.