NHS England wants citizens to play a more active role in its future decision making so, over the past 18 months, they have involved more than 1,500 people in publicly discussing, thinking and designing a new model for citizen participation in the work of NHS England.
The written word is a powerful tool but in a world filled with written communication it can be hard to get your message to stand out.
This quick guide contains some handy hints and tips to help you write your message for maximum impact.
The document forms part of a series of 'Involvement Insights', published by the Involvement team. The navigators are sharing their experiences and resources with engagement colleagues working in health and social care.
The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) has produced this guide to inclusive communications, supporting providers to reach a wider audience, including more disabled people.
As well as providing essential better practice guidance on planning, terminology and language, it explains the purpose of accessible formats and shows how providers can get the best from their communications.
Compact Voice represents the voluntary and community sector on the Compact. They provide information, training, support and advice on better ways to work when in partnership. It has been uploaded to Involvement following their support of our events with our regional partner One East Midlands in January and February 2015.
Advertised as a 'quick guide for new starters', this brief document from NHS Employers is a great introduction to how the NHS uses social media.