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2021-2024 Strategy: Member survey

IPPOSI is happy to share with you a membership survey on our draft IPPOSI Strategy for 2021-2024 - developed with contributions from both IPPOSI Board and Staff members. If you would like to help shape IPPOSI's focus from 2021-2024 we would be grateful if you could complete this survey by Sunday, October 25th, [...]

2020-10-21T18:35:45+01:00 21 October 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on 2021-2024 Strategy: Member survey

Patient as Partners – Digital Discussion – 30 September, 3-5 pm

Evaluating international patient experiences of Public Patient Involvement (PPI)  and discussing the potential to embed PPI in Irish healthcare reform. We have invited some leading patient partners/advocates from Canda and the UK, to share their experiences of public patient involvement across healthcare in the UK and Canada. This is an opportunity to learn from practices [...]

2020-09-25T13:09:29+01:00 25 September 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on Patient as Partners – Digital Discussion – 30 September, 3-5 pm

Rocking the boat while staying in it – Lunchtime Interview

  How can we embed patient centredness in the hospital system? A lunchtime interview with Professor Jan Kremer Professor in Patientcentredness Radboudumc University Medical Cente, NL Radboudumc is a teaching hospital and is often referred to as the "Hospital of the Patient". A gynaecologist for 15 years, Prof. Kremer has a unique insight into the [...]

2020-10-20T09:19:48+01:00 16 September 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on Rocking the boat while staying in it – Lunchtime Interview

Notice of AGM – Call for new Board Members

IPPOSI registered members are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting on the 29th September 10.00-11.00 am. This year, due to the ongoing restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic, we are conducting the AGM online using the IPPOSI Zoom platform account. We will circulate supporting documents closer to the the meeting but registrations for the online [...]

2020-08-05T13:42:50+01:00 5 August 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on Notice of AGM – Call for new Board Members

Patients Re-imagining Healthcare – Summary Report

On the 13th July, 2020 IPPOSI hosted an online webinar entitled “Patients Re-imagining Healthcare: towards a new framework for patient and public involvement in Irish healthcare.” This was the first in a series of online discussions and events around the future for public and patient involvement in healthcare in Ireland. You can read the full summary report [...]

2020-07-31T10:36:18+01:00 30 July 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on Patients Re-imagining Healthcare – Summary Report

IPPOSI call for submission to our PPI mapping project.

IPPOSI is embarking on a research project to accurately map a true picture of public and patient involvement in research and healthcare in Ireland Are you working in a research centre, a company or a state agency? Have you recently involved members of the public or patient community in your [...]

2020-08-05T17:54:17+01:00 27 June 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on IPPOSI call for submission to our PPI mapping project.

IPPOSI Statement on PPI during pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, IPPOSI are keen to ensure that the patient perspective is understood alongside broader public health considerations. To this end, our network of members, which includes 100+ patient organisation members (as well as many other individual patients), stands ready to provide support to Ireland’s health system in any way [...]

2020-05-12T16:41:14+01:00 12 May 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on IPPOSI Statement on PPI during pandemic

Statement from IPPOSI re COVID-19 Testing

Press Release Monday 16th March 2020 Statement from the Irish Platform for Patient Organisations, Science and Industry. The Irish Platform for Patients, Science and Industry (IPPOSI) calls on the HSE and GPs to prioritise COVID-19 testing for patients with underlying conditions and urges the public not to flood new testing centres unnecessarily. Last week the [...]

2020-03-18T09:42:50+00:00 16 March 2020|Events, News|Comments Off on Statement from IPPOSI re COVID-19 Testing
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