The Involvement Register is a great way for both service users and carers to become involved with us in the planning and development of services. There are a wide variety of activities to get involved in, for example, helping to deliver training, sitting on interview panels or by offering your views and opinions at committees and groups. Many service users and carers have told us how much they have enjoyed contributing through the Involvement Register and how it has improved their confidence and self-esteem.
The Involvement Register Guidelines provide details on all aspects of the Involvement Register. Please note: All those applying to be an Involvement Register member will need to have a DBS certificate before they can be signed up and begin undertaking rewarded activity. On occasion, because of what is in the DBS, a member might be restricted to certain activities and on very rare occasion where there is a potential safeguarding issue may not be able to join the register.
If you're interested in joining the Register please see the guide to joining the involvement register page.
To find out more contact the involvement register co-ordinator on 020 3228 1592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Involvement Register opportunities
Trust Caldicott Committee: An opportunity has arisen to get involved as a service user representative the Trust Caldicott Committee. The Caldicott Committee meets quarterly to develop awareness of data protection and confidentiality issues throughout the Trust, helping compliance with standards set out in the Information Governance toolkit. The group is a forum for discussion and implementation of strategies which will increase service user satisfaction in these areas. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Other opportunities, information and newsletters
Four Steps to Safety Event: You are cordially invited to the next Four Steps to Safety Violence Reduction Programme Collaborative Event
Four Steps to Safety is a system for safer care, supported by evidence based clinical interventions which are implemented using quality improvement methods.
Date: Friday 24th March 9.30am - 4pm
Venue: Ortus Learning Centre, Maudsley Hospital
The purpose of the collaborative event is to share good practice as well as report on current and future developments in terms of sustainability of the Four Steps to Safety Violence Reduction programme.
Places are limited for this event, so please book as soon as possible with Jaqueline.firstname.lastname@example.org
MCPin Public Involvement in Research: The November 2016 edition of this public involvement bulletin can be found here.
Involvement Register Management Group: The management group meets regularly to oversee the running of the register. You can read the terms of reference and meeting minutes below.
Meeting minutes July 2016
Service User Advisory Group Newsletters