Digital Citizen Panel
Ensuring that the seldom heard voices of lived experience are utilised to shape and inform the development and delivery of Digital Health.
The Digital Citizen Panel has been created in partnership with the Scottish Government, to support the work of the Digital Citizen Delivery Board with its aim of empowering citizens to better manage their health and wellbeing, support independent living and gain access to services through digital means, thus shifting the power dynamic between government and Scottish citizens.
The Digital Citizen Panel aims to hear the voices of people and organisations across Scotland on their needs, rights and preferences on using digital to better manage their housing, health and care needs. To design and deliver, an inclusive and diverse programme of engagement to ensure people feel supported to participate. To capture insights and support the Boards aim of empowering citizens.
The ALLIANCE Digital Citizen Panel plans to:
• Hear the voices of people and organisations across Scotland on their needs, rights and preferences on using digital means to better manage their housing, health and social care needs
• Design and deliver an inclusive and diverse programme of engagement and communication activity which ensures people are supported to participate and their voices are heard
• Capture the insight, learning and feedback on current experiences from people, organisations and stakeholders, contributing support to the Board’s aim of ‘empowering citizens’.
The Digital Citizen Panel is committed to ensuring that the voices, expertise, and rights of people with lived experience drive policy and practice, and sit at the heart of design, delivery and improvement of support and services- shifting the power dynamic between government and Scottish citizens.
We are keen to explore partnership working and to discuss ideas and suggestions relating to the Digital Citizen Panel. If you have questions or want to get involved with the Panel, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07485 377 769.
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