The Patient Information Forum is reviewing and updating its Guide to producing health information for children and young people. The Guide features information about involving and working with children, choosing the right formats, communicating health information effectively and the policy context. It also features case studies from information producers, showcasing their work.
As part of the review process we want to hear from you if you’re producing information for children and young people or working with them. We are particularly keen to hear from you if you:
- have a recent project or resource that you would like to be considered as a good practice case study – this could be about an entire piece of work to develop a resource or service or about a particular aspect, such as involving children
- are producing information for children and young people using social media or digital formats
- are producing information for children with special needs – such as learning disabilities or communication problems
- would be interested in being a reviewer for the draft Guide
If you produce information for children or young people as part of your work, then this is your opportunity to promote it and to raise your profile! Colleen Shannon is undertaking the review – please contact her for more information or to submit something.