New statutory guidance on public involvement

Working in partnership with people and communities is new statutory guidance for Integrated Care Boards, NHS trusts and foundation trusts and policy for NHS England. It is designed to support them to meet their public involvement legal duties and the new ‘triple aim’.

To find out what the guidance says and what it means for NHS organisations planning service changes, read Samuel Lindsay’s article here.

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