Our fifth and final instalment about participation in primary care practices looks at the big policy picture of a liberated NHS in England. It’s scary for some and exhilarating for others. But it’s an offer the NHS cannot refuse. Patient and public participation shows the way forward for our most important public service. Find out how patient and public involvement can liberate the NHS.
We hope you find these discussions useful and we’d like to hear what you think. An edited version of this paper appeared in Primary Health Care in December 2010.
The Moore Adamson Craig Partnership supports user and public participation, trains lay representatives and develops responsive health, care and education organisations.