10. How to participate in the engagement process
In order to ensure wide inclusiveness of clinical and management colleagues from across NHSScotland, patients affected by lymphoma and the wider public, several different methods of engagement are being pursued:
Professional groups, health service staff, voluntary organisations and individuals:
- Wide circulation of the draft documentation for comment and feedback.
Patient representative groups:
- Organised patient focus group sessions to be held.
10.1 Submitting your comments
You can submit your comments on the Revised Lymphoma QPIs via the Scottish Government Consultation Hub (website link below):
All responses should be submitted by Friday 15 th September 2017.
If you require any further information regarding the engagement process please use the email address below.
Alternatively If you are unable to respond via Citizen Space, please complete and return the Respondent Information Form attached in this document. If you ask for your response not to be published, we will regard it as confidential, and we will treat it accordingly.
The respondent information form is available in Word format (43KB).
10.2 Engagement feedback
At the end of the engagement period, all comments and responses will be collated for review by the Lymphoma Formal Review Group. Those who have participated in the engagement process will receive an overview of the changes made and a copy of the final Lymphoma QPI document.
Email: Jennifer Doherty, LymphomaQPIPublicEngagement@gov.scot
Phone: 0300 244 4000 – Central Enquiry Unit
The Scottish Government
St Andrew's House