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What are Patient Participation Groups?

We are patients just like you................

Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) are groups of active volunteer patients that work in partnership with practice staff and GPs. This unique partnership between patients and their practices is essential to achieving high quality and responsive care.  Groups meet face to face with practice staff at mutually agreed intervals.

Virtual PPGs now also exist operating alongside the established PPG enabling a dialogue with the larger proportion of the patient population through email and online surveys. See the full document by clicking on this link: What Are Patient Participation Groups?

We are always looking for new members to join our group.  Click this link to open an information sheet with more details on how to become involved: ways of contacting us are explained in this document

 

We meet every other month at the practice alternate daytime and evening:

06/08/2018
2 - 4
15/10/2018
6 - 8
03/12/2018
2 - 4

  

 

 

 

 

NAPP Membership
The Waterloo Practice PPG is a member of the National Association for Patient Participation (NAPP) whose mission statement includes to "... provide essential support to GPs and practice teams through a comprehensive range of evidence-based high quality specialist resources developed from over thirty years experience and formation of hundreds of Patient Participation Groups."

NAPP publish monthly eBulletins: - latest eBulletin

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