Citizen Wellbeing Assembly
Join our Citizen Wellbeing Assembly to share your experiences, debate pertinent issues, and generate ideas to create a future where we can all enjoy good health and wellbeing across Scotland. We will collectively identify where these ideas are already being turned into reality and make the connections needed to drive our health and wellbeing.
Please complete and return the booking form to secure your place.
- The ALLIANCE's priorities ahead of the 2016 Scottish Parliament election
- New ways to deliver the Scottish Government’s 2020 Vision for health and social care in Scotland
- An open dialogue with our members and others to support the integrated health and social care support and services.
- The Stronger Voice’s programme of activities with the Scottish Government’s commitment to ”truly hear the voice” of people who use health and social care support services
In association with the Health and Social Care Academy, the Assembly will allow us to create a unique and creative space that brings together all groups with a stake in health and social care to collectively explore some of the key challenges and work towards consensus on the way forward. Our Assembly is an opportunity to inform Scottish Government and others as they develop a long term plan for the future of health and social care in Scotland.
We are delighted to confirm:
Chair Penny Taylor, Journalist and health specialist and keynote addresses from:
- Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport
- Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Public Health, University of Strathclyde and Former Chief Medical Officer
Attend if you have an interest in shaping Scotland’s health and social care, including people who access support and services, unpaid carers, third sector, NHS, local authorities, health and social care partnerships, policy makers, service planners, frontline practitioners and professional bodies.
Register your place today - conference booking form. Follow the hashtag #citizen15 for all conference updates.
For more information, please contact:
Marianne Brennan on 0141 404 0231 or email firstname.lastname@example.org