Patient Participation Groups

Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) are groups of patients linked with a GP practice. There are different forms of PPGs, some meet on a regular basis, some are virtual groups, and they all vary in size. PPGs can represent the patients at a practice and provide feedback on the services their practice offers, help the practice make improvements and promote health and improved quality of care.

To find out about your PPG and how to join the PPG at your practice you should check their website or contact the practice manager.

The National Association for Patient Participation (NAPP) provides guidance around getting involved and joining your local PPG. Please use the link on the right of this page.

Patient & Public Involvement Newsletter - PPG Newsletter July 2018

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust formal consultation launched on 6 July

Quality, Innovation, Productivity & Prevention (QIPP) Plan 2018/19

CPPEG Open Meeting

Governing Body Meeting

New email addresses for all CCG staff

Job vacancies at Camden CCG

Camden CCG NHS Birthday 70 Celebration - Save the date (Wednesday 18 July)

The NHS turned 70 on the 5th July

PPG Member call - get plugged in to resources direct from the Care Quality Commission

Our Parent Advisors (Camden CCG & Council)

Home Oxygen Service (a clinicians story)

Smoking Cessation And Behaviour Change Specialist - (Two Patient Stories)

PPG success stories - call for evidence

Patient and carer experiences

Lay member: public health advisory committee (Patient Call)

Lay member: Myalgic encephalomyelitis (or encephalopathy)/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) - Patient Call

Evidence Based Interventions: Consultation

Creative Carers improves health services through peer support

CPPEG Open Meeting (Tuesday 12 June 2018)

CPPEG Operational Meeting (Tuesday 10th July 2018)

Government announces £20bn boost in NHS funding

Make it easy for people with a learning disability

NHS70: spotlight on primary care

What patients tell us about their hospital stays

Parkrun: lifestyle medicine for people with long term conditions

My future wishes: Advance Care Planning (ACP) for people with dementia

Third Age Project

Camden Disability Action

North London Cares (social Clubs for over 65s)

Monthly Health Walks

Empowered Communities 20/20: supporting community development across London

Silver Cycling in beautiful Regent’s Park

Camden LGBT Forum outing to Trans Pride in Brighton on Saturday 21st July

Public Health England will be running the Be Clear on Cancer 'Blood in Pee Campaign'


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