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  • Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum: Annual Update Report 2013/14 | HSC Public Health Agency
    of the work of the Forum and outlines the key areas that have been progressed including the development of PPI standards and the advancement of a generic PPI awareness raising and training programme Personal and Public Involvement PPI is about the active and meaningful involvement of service users carers and the public in Health and Social Care HSC and an essential component in the delivery of truly person centred services It is also a statutory duty The PHA as part of its leadership responsibilities for PPI has established and chairs the Regional HSC PPI Forum which brings together all HSC organisations working alongside service users and carers to bring a focus on involvement Details Format A4 Booklet 29 pages Target group Healthcare professionals and service users carers Downloads Preview Attachment Size Final Regional HSC PPI forum annual report 13 14 pdf 294 88 KB Print Facebook Twitter Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net www choosetolivebetter com www enjoyhealthyeating info www fluawareni info www getalifegetactive com www

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  • Setting the Standards – Personal and Public Involvement (PPI) | HSC Public Health Agency
    Details Format Flick booklet Target group HSC staff and service users carers Downloads Preview Attachment Size PPI leaflet pdf 1 07 MB Print Facebook Twitter Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net www choosetolivebetter com www enjoyhealthyeating

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/publications/setting-standards-%E2%80%93-personal-and-public-involvement-ppi (2016-02-11)
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  • Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement
    best use of resources and how to listen to these views and therefore improve the quality and safety of services Michelle Tennyson is the Assistant Director with responsibility for AHPs and PPI Latest news Survey seeks views on services for children and young people 1 Have your say on Health and Social Care HSC priorities for the coming year 2 Setting the standards for patient care 3 Neurological conditions the focus of patient care improvement 4 Patients families and carers asked to share their experiences of palliative care 5 Latest publications Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum Annual Update Report 2014 15 6 Regional Guidelines for management of patients absent Without Leave AWOL 7 AHP Services Data Definitions Guidance June 2015 8 Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum Annual Update Report 2013 14 9 Setting the Standards Personal and Public Involvement PPI 10 2011 Public Health Agency Designed and produced by the Public Health Agency Source URL http www publichealthagency org directorate nursing and allied health professions allied health professions and personal and pub Links 1 http www publichealthagency org news survey seeks views services children and young people 2 http www

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/print/247 (2016-02-11)
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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
    10 50 Living Every Day with Rare Disease 30 01 2014 Frontline professionals at the heart of modernising healthcare 24 10 2013 PHA launches the Integrated Perinatal Mental Health Care Pathway 12 12 2012 Pressure Ulcers tackling a problem of Titanic proportions 14 11 2012 1 2 next last Print Facebook Twitter Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement News Events Publications Allied Health Professions Personal and Public Involvement

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-nursing-and-allied-health-professions/allied-health-professions-and-personal-and-p-0 (2016-02-11)
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  • Events | HSC Public Health Agency
    pdf Des O Loan Digital Records 28 09 15 pdf Dr Michael Quinn The Role of the CCIO 28 09 15 pdf Eddie Ritson eHealth opportunities 28 09 15 pdf Hazel Winning E health presentation 28 09 15 pdf Soo Hun eHealth opportunities 28 09 15 pdf Johnny Wallace AHP 21 9 15 pdf Friday 1st May 2015 The AHP team in the PHA hosted a regional workshop on Band 5 AHP Recruitment in Knockbracken Hall Belfast on Friday 1 May 2015 This workshop included key AHP and HR stakeholders from BSO Health and Social Care Trusts Ulster University DHSSPS Professional Bodies PHA The key theme of the workshop was to review the regional recruitment process adopted across the region and to consider amendments to meet the future recruitment needs for band 5 AHP staff This is one of the key targets and actions of the 2012 2017 AHP Strategy Improving Health and Well bring Through Positive Partnerships Presentations from the day can be found below 1AHP Workshop 2015 DCB pptx 2hazelband 5 recruitment presentation May 2015 pptx 3AHP Workshop 20152 pptx 4SeamusAHP Band 5 Regional Recruitment pptx 5 RuthAHP Workshop Survey pptx 6Interactive Session amended 2 pptx 7AHP Workshop

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  • Publications | HSC Public Health Agency
    June 2015 16 07 2015 Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum Annual Update Report 2013 14 26 03 2015 Setting the Standards Personal and Public Involvement PPI 10 03 2015 Neurological conditions awareness training 10 03 2015 Review of AHP Support for Children with Statements of Special Educational Needs in Special Schools and Mainstream Education Phase 2 Engagement Plan 12 02 2015 Project Initiation Document Phase Two Scoping Exercise within mainstream schools 12 02 2015 Summary Interim Report on Findings and Interim Themes from Phase 1 of the review of Allied Health Professions AHP support for children young people with a statement of special educational needs SEN 27 01 2015 Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum Annual Update Report 2012 13 14 05 2014 1 2 3 next last Print Facebook Twitter Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement News Events Publications Allied Health Professions Personal and Public Involvement PPI Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net www

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  • Allied Health Professions | HSC Public Health Agency
    Regulation The AHPs are autonomous practitioners which means they assess diagnose treat and discharge in their own right They are regulated by the Health Professions Council HPC The HPC is in place to protect the public by maintaining a register of health professionals who meet their standards for training professional skill behaviour and health All of the AHPs have at least one professional title that is protected by law including those shown above This means for example that anyone using the titles physiotherapist or dietitian must be registered with the HPC It is a criminal offence for someone to claim they are registered with the HPC when they are not or to use protected title that they are not entitled to use privately and within the HPSS If an AHP does not meet the standards of the HPC they will take action which may include striking the professional off the register AHP professional bodies Each AHP has its own professional body The role of each professional bodies is to advance the science and practice of the individual profession promote training and education in the science and practice of the profession and in some instances act as the trade union Print

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  • Personal and Public Involvement (PPI) | HSC Public Health Agency
    of assurances to the DHSSPS in respect of Trust compliance with the Statutory Duty to Involve and Consult commissioning of research and the production of report into the barriers to involvement ways to overcome these Staff The PHA has designated key staff with PPI responsibility Mary Hinds the Executive Director for Nursing and Allied Health Professions carries directorial responsibility for PPI at our management team Michelle Tennyson the Assistant Director for Allied Health Professions and PPI carries responsibility at Assistant Director level Martin Quinn is the Regional Lead for PPI and is supported by Claire Fordyce and Roisin Kelly the Senior Officers for PPI The PPI team lead the key work streams on PPI both within the PHA and the collaborative work across the HSC and provide professional leadership advice and guidance on PPI PPI strategy The PHA led an extensive process of engagement in respect of the development of a joint PPI strategy with the HSCB This included seeking the views on the preparation content purpose and goals of a PPI strategy A series of workshops were held in to inform the development of our consultation schemes and PPI strategy Among these were workshops with the Regional HSC PPI Forum and workshops held specifically with community and voluntary sector partners These helped gain their insight into PPI what it can deliver and how best the HSC can work with service users carers the community and voluntary sector and the wider public to embed PPI into our culture and practice Further workshops were held throughout Northern Ireland aimed at further involving health and social care staff the community and voluntary sector service users and the general public Input was secured from marginalised and excluded groups by using targeted approaches and one to one interviews were conducted with key HSC staff Valuing People Valuing Their Participation A Strategy for Personal and Public Involvement for the Public Health Agency and Health and Social Care Board was then launched and will be updated during 2015 16 Key priority areas of work identified in the strategy included cultural integration of PPI awareness and understanding of PPI training and skills development impact measurement stakeholder support communication and coordination PPI Standards The PHA working in partnership with the Regional HSC PPI Forum has developed five standards for PPI These set out what is expected of HSC organisations and staff and will help standardise practice and support the drive towards a truly person centred system The five standards are Leadership Governance Opportunities and support for involvement Knowledge and skills Measuring outcomes Further information on the PPI standards is available here PPI Monitoring The PHA has established a monitoring and performance system to assess HSC organisations progress against compliance with PPI The PPI Standards and associated KPIs have been used as a framework to gather information for this process which is detailed below The HSC Trusts alongside the PHA were the first organisations subject to the monitoring process The monitoring reports have been developed for each and are

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