Citizens' Panel

Joined Up Care Derbyshire has developed the Citizens’ Panel to ensure that we can listen to and learn from our local residents. By sharing your feedback and opinions on health and care services, you can help us to design services that take into account ‘what matters to people’, on a range of topics related to health and care services. 

What is involved if I join the Citizens’ Panel?

Citizens’ Panel members will be contacted throughout the year to provide their input and views on health and care services in Derbyshire. You’ll be invited to take part in a range of surveys which you can fill in online or through the post, and you can also opt to attend focus groups, working groups or committees in person to talk about health and care in more detail.

Every aspect of the panel is entirely voluntary; we only ask that you interact with the panel at least once in every 6 month period, i.e. by filling in a questionnaire, or attending a focus group. 

What’s in it for me?

  • You will be helping to ensure we provide better quality care in a way that matters the most to local residents.

  • You will have the opportunity to have your views heard by local health and care decision makers.

  • You will find out about new plans and ideas for Derbyshire.

  • You will be reimbursed reasonable travel expenses for participation in face to face meetings such as focus groups.

You can learn more about joined up care Derbyshire and the citizens’ panel, including how to register using this link

Last modified: 29/01/2020