Residents’ Representatives for Analytics Board and Digital Board in North Central London
In north central London we are joining up patients’ health and care information to improve the local services that residents receive and to help patients be able to access their own digital health records.
This is exciting work and we want to recruit four volunteer residents’ representatives to help us and be part of one of two of the programme boards, Digital Board and Analytics Board.
If you are a local resident, living in Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey or Islington, and are interested in being involved we would like to hear from you.
You will receive training and support to help you with this role.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively download the role descriptions:
Closing date for application Thursday 13th June 2019
Residents’ Representatives for Neurology transformation group in North Central London
This opportunity has been filled.
Do you live in North Central London? Are you interested in improving neurology services for residents living in Barnet, Enfield, Camden, Haringey and Islington?
We want to review current neurology services and identify ways of improving the care that patients receive.
We are looking for two residents to join the Neurology Transformation Group.
If you would like to help we want to hear from you.
You will receive training and ongoing support to help you with this role. For more information please email email@example.com or download a call for Resident Representatives for Neurology Transformation Group for more details
Closing date for application 13th May 2019
Residents wanted to help pilot new teledermatology service
This opportunity has been filled. If you would like to hear about other opportunities to become a resident representative please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have recruited two residents to help pilot a new teledermatology service that will help diagnose certain skin conditions.
Using smart technology and virtual clinics, we want patients to have their skin conditions diagnosed quickly, while also reducing unnecessary referrals to hospital outpatient clinics.
The pilot will start in January 2019 and run until June. It will involve about 30 GP practices and 3 Acute hospitals in North Central London.
The service will be available to patients aged 16 years and over. The GP will use a specialised piece of equipment, called a dermatoscope, to take pictures of skin conditions. These will be sent via a secure network to a consultant dermatologist who will advise the GP on a treatment plan or refer the patient for further investigation.
We need two residents to join the Dermatology Implementation Group to help us evaluate the service and test its effectiveness. This will involve about eight hours a month of your time and include reading briefing papers and attending meetings.
We will provide training and an opportunity to develop new skills, experience of working in the health and care system and on the development of virtual healthcare solutions.
At the end of the pilot we can provide references based on your involvement with the programme.
If you would like to be involved please email or write to Iuliana Dinu, Public and Patient Engagement Manager, and let us know why this interests you.
- Email email@example.com
- Post: North London Partners in Health and Care
5 Pancras Square
For further information download A call for Resident Representatives for the Dermatology Implementation Group