Call for Members of the Public to Apply for Citizens’ Jury on Access to Health Records
Jury Duty with a Difference!
Call for Members of the Public to Apply for
Citizens’ Jury on Access to Health Records
IPPOSI, the Irish Platform for Patient Organisations, Science and Industry, is currently seeking to recruit 25 members of the public to act as a citizens’ jury to deliberate on the matter of access to health information. Health information can be valuable for making decisions about individual care, but also for managing the future of health services more broadly. Health leaders, researchers and companies are all keen to have access to this information. But this is information about people, and those people should have a say in how it is viewed, shared and used. This jury aims to let you have your say!
IPPOSI will recruit a cross-section of 25 adults from different communities to meet online in April 2021 to hear from and ask questions of experts, and to deliberate. The jury findings and recommendations will be presented to Irish policy makers as they work to advance Irish health information legislation as well as the development of a national Electronic Health Record.
- Applications open 7th January, 2021
- Closing date for all applications, Sunday 31st January, 2021
- Applicants must be 18 years of age and living in Ireland
- Jury will take place online, April 2021
- See full details here.
How to Apply:
Please complete the short online application form by 31st January, 2021: https://bit.ly/3pS0tEM
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
IPPOSI – the Irish Platform for Patient Organisations, Science and Industry – is a patient-led organisation that works with patients, government, industry, science and academia to put patients at the heart of health innovation.
Its focus includes rare diseases, clinical trials, health technology assessment, health information, digital health, and any other topic that promotes patient understanding and patient involvement in the treatment and decision-making processes that affect them.
Following more than 15 years of forging close links and alliances between patients, clinicians, scientists, industry, regulators and policy-makers, IPPOSI has been the primary contact and conduit for patients interested in engaging more actively in the R&D process.
IPPOSI is also recognised as a key partner in the overall development of health policy in Ireland. Its membership is open to all groups with an interest in healthcare and research and development, including representatives of patients, academia, science and the healthcare industry.