Camden Patient and Public Engagement Group
The Camden Patient and Public Engagement Group (CPPEG) supports Camden CCG to make sure the patients, carers and the public can play a role in our planning, decision making and the delivery of our work.
CPPEG is made up of representatives from local patient participation group (PPG), Healthwatch Camden, Camden Carers Service, Voluntary Action Camden and Age UK Camden) and CCG staff (Chief Officer, Deputy Head of Engagement and Communications and Engagement Manager).
CPPEG patient members sit on every Camden CCG committee to ensure the public voice is represented in discussions. CPPEG also hold holds bi-monthly operational meetings to discuss commissioning plans and priorities, and ensure good patient and public engagement is planned.
CPPEG also host bi-monthly open meetings that all Camden residents are invited to attend. Presentations given at these meetings are diverse and promote questioning, challenge and feedback. Presentations cover a wide range of key topics from Camden CCG’s priorities and speakers from Camden health and social care organisations are often invited to speak.
You can see the papers from the previous meetings and theCPPEG membership in downloads. For more information please email Martin Emery, Deputy Head of Engagement on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catch up with the CPPEG open meeting held on Monday 12 June
All Camden residents are warmly invited to our CPPEG open meetings. It's an opportunity to share your views, and learn something new about health and care.
At June's meeting, we discussed:
- The Camden Plan for autism, 2016-2021 - how we will improve services for both adults and children with autism
- How Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust is listening to patient experiences, and involving people in improving mental health and substance misuse services
- Our plans for the rescheduled PPG Forum, which will be held on Thursday 6 July
If you have any questions about CPPEG, please email email@example.com or call Becky Driscoll on 020 3688 2456 or Martin Emery on 020 3688 1755.