Join us for a discussion session to inform the ALLIANCE's response to Scottish Government consultation.
The Scottish Government’s Programme for Government 2020-21 commits the Government to establishing a Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland. The decision to establish a Patient Safety Commissioner role for Scotland came about as a result of the Cumberlege Review(this link will take you away from our website) published in July 2020.
The Scottish Government has therefore opened a consultation to collect views on what that role of Patient Safety Commissioner should look like.
The ALLIANCE is hosting a session to inform our response and give members the opportunity to hear about and influence the consultation.
The session will consist of a facilitated discussion with the team to gain your feedback on a number of key areas, including:
- Scope of the Patient Safety Commissioner role
- Functions and Powers of the Patient Safety Commissioner
- Independence and Accountability of the Patient Safety Commissioner
To read the full consultation document please see here: https://consult.gov.scot/healthcare-quality-and-improvement/patient-safety-commissioner-role-for-scotland(this link will take you away from our website).
To register for the consultation session and indicate any accessibility needs please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot attend but are still interested in inputting to the ALLIANCE’s consultation response please email email@example.com
The ALLIANCE will be using Zoom for this event. The event is not designed to elicit personal information from participants, however, should you register to attend you must be aware that Zoom.us transfers personal data to the USA and that any personal data you choose to share will be transferred to a country that does not provide adequate protection and that no adequate safeguards aimed at providing protection for the data are being implemented.
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