Below is an outline that, along with the feedback cycle (which can be viewed on the members' zone), we use in our approach to member's involvement in activities.
In a few involvement activities, people have said they have not felt heard or that other people’s behaviours or lack of understanding of the topic have had a negative impact on their enjoyment of the activity. One reaction to this would be to only have opportunities available to people with the greatest experience or highest level of knowledge or skills. We do not want to do this as it does not fit with our approach to involvement or the NHS value that everyone counts: “Nobody should be discriminated or disadvantaged, and everyone should be treated with equal respect and importance”. Instead, we will continue to focus on making opportunities accessible, enjoyable and respectful. We will do this by:
This is a difficult area of involvement, and if you have experience of how this has been successfully addressed elsewhere, please do share it with us. We are committed to involvement in LCH being meaningful, effective and that people involved feel supported and safe in expressing their views.
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