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Sheffield Patient Participation Group Network 6.00pm - 8.00pm

Thursday 14th June

Are you a member of a Patient Participation Group in Sheffield?

If so then come and meet with PPG members from across Sheffield to talk about some of the pressing issues and developments of health care in Sheffield.

Topics to be discussed at this meeting include:

  • Personal Centred Care
  • South Yorkshire Hospital Services Review
  • A focus on a PPG

Previous PPG networks have provided opportunities to find out more about, discuss and help shape a wide range of health services in Sheffield, including:

Urgent Care Services

  • Neighbourhoods
  • Elective Care – Care Closer to Home
  • South Yorkshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan
  • Primary Care
  • Musculoskeletal Outcomes

Participants have also benefited from networking with other PPG members from across the City, as well as co-producing resources to help them develop and run their own PPGs.

Book your place at this event online by clicking here, or call 0114 305 4609


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