The Patient and Client Council in conjunction with the Patient Information Forum, is holding an event to explore the accessibility and availability of Health Information.
Information is an essential component of health care.
This event is for anyone interested in, and committed to improving health information in Northern Ireland.
This will be an interactive conference where guests will hear from experts who will share good practice and case studies and there will be opportunity to be part of the development of an action plan on health information for Northern Ireland.
For more information and to book your place visit https://www.pifonline.org.uk/pif/?ee=129
This event is now over - presentations from the day can be downloaded below
Why is high-quality health information important?
Martin McCrory, Service User and Expert by experience
Health information equality
Anne McKernan - Head of Legal Services, Equality Commission for Northern Ireland
Update from the Patient Information Forum
Sophie Randall – Project and Partnership Manager, Patient Information Forum
The Information Standard
Jane Fox - Programme Manager, The Information Standard Delivery Team/Voluntary Partnerships Team, NHS England
Interactive session – How do you search for and evaluate the quality of health information?
Nicole Naylor - Head of Operations, Patient Information Forum
Digital information in health
Caron Alexander, Director of Digital Shared Services, Digital Transformation NI
Making online services more accessible to patients and families with literacy and language challenges
Jason Gordon – Health Manager, TextHelp
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