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  • Healthcare Improvement Scotland recruiting new Citizen's Panel members

    Created: 14/05/2024
    News/Events Category: Volunteering
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    Join Healthcare Improvement Scotland's Citizen's Panel to help improve health and social care in Scotland? 

    The Citizens' Panel is a sample of the Scottish population that receives two to three surveys per year asking for people's views on healthcare topics. To make sure the Citizens' Panel membership reflects the Scottish population according to the Census, they are looking to recruit new members.

    To sign up you must:

    • Live in Dunfermline, Glenrothes or Kirkcaldy 
    • Be aged 16-44 
    • A council and/or social housing tenant or private renter

    How to sign up 

    If you're interested in joining them please e-mail Evan McNamara at [email protected] 




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