Health Information Scotland event (Glasgow) - Tues 7 November 2017

PIF was delighted to hold an event in Glasgow on Health Information in Scotland on Tuesday 7 November 2017.

The event provided a great opportunity to network and connect with colleagues, share challenges and solutions, and discover best practice and good examples on the following themes:

  • Personal and practical sessions on accessible information
  • Co-creating and involving people in the development of health information
  • Digital health information
  • Measuring and demonstrating the impact of good health information

The agenda for the day can be viewed here and presentations and notes from the day can be found below:

Welcome and introduction
Dr Graham Kramer, GP and RCGP Scotland Executive Officer for Patient Partnership in Practice (P3) Group and GP Tayside and Health Literacy UK

SESSION 1: ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION

A blind person’s experience of accessing health care: trials, triumphs and suggestions on a cure
Adi Latif - Usability and Accessibility Consultant, AbilityNet  

Making online services more accessible to patients and family's with literacy and language challenges
Paul Fox - Business Development Manager and Jason Gordon, Health Manager,TextHelp         

Update from the Patient Information Forum
Nicole Naylor – Joint Head of Operations, Patient Information Forum

SESSION 2: INVOLVING USERS

Involving users in the development of patient versions of SIGN guidelines
Karen Graham – Public Involvement Advisor, Healthcare improvement Scotland

Co-producing Ready Steady Baby! 
Rose Vickridge - Health Improvement Officer and Debbie Sigerson – Health Improvement Manager, NHS Health Scotland

Interactive session - Experiences and challenges of involving users

SESSION 3: DIGITAL HEALTH INFORMATION

Digital Health Information
Lynne Huckerby - Associate Director Service Transformation & Digital, NHS 24

Practicalities/Challenges
Kevin Hutchison - Development & Content Manager, Macmillan Lead, NHS 24

Info for me - A digital tool to support personalisation of health and care information
Alison Deakin - Macmillan Senior Project Manager, NHS 24

SESSION 4: MEASURING THE IMPACT OF HEALTH INFORMATION

Interactive session - Experiences and challenges of measuring the impact of health information

Measuring impact 
Linsey nsson – Publishing Manager and Nicola Backler - Marketing Manager, NHS Health Scotland

 

 

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.