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Access to good quality health care in Scotland: Aspirations of people living with long term conditions and experience of low incomes

Section: the ALLIANCE Location: Glasgow City Date of event: 06/11/2019 at 10:30 - 15:00

Join the ALLIANCE and the Poverty Alliance to share your experience.

We are organising a joint event with the Poverty Alliance to explore the experiences of people living with long term conditions and low income in accessing good quality health care in Scotland.

The event is to feed into the work of the ‘Get Heard Scotland’ programme and facilitate the preparatory work that the UK delegation of community activists are doing in the run up to the ‘EU Meeting of People with Experience of Poverty’ that will take place in Brussels in November.

Who is this event for?

This event is for people living with long term conditions who have experience of low incomes. It is an opportunity to share your views and experiences of:

  • What works well in accessing good quality health care services in Scotland?
  • What needs to change?
  • Your aspirations for future health care services

What will happen on the day?

There will be some guest speakers, but much of the day will involve taking part in small group discussions to make sure that we can learn from participants lived experiences of accessing health care in Scotland.

Lunch will be provided.

Need any help to come along?

BSL Interpretation and Digital Notetakers can be made available. We can also help with reasonable travel and accommodation costs and can contribute towards childcare costs. Please let us know if you would like any of these services, or require other assistance, when you register.

Register on Eventbrite to secure your free place (this link will take you away from our website).

Event details

Location:City Halls
Date:06/11/2019
Time:10:30 - 15:00
Address:City Halls
Candleriggs
Glasgow
G1 1NQ

For more details contact

Name:Jiyoung Kim
Phone number:01413530440
Email address:jiyoung.kim@povertyalliance.org
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