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National Involvement Partnership Advisory Group

http://www.nsun.org.uk/about-us/national-involvement-partnership/nip-advisory-group/

 

Involvement for Influence – Influence for Improvement

We are currently recruiting for NIP Advisory Group members who will help develop national involvement standards and an infrastructure for involvement.

The project will develop the evaluated NIP work, share good practice, centralise resources, strengthen existing networks and build an infrastructure that connects and coordinates. Its goal is to benefit mental health service users, carers and professionals.

The NIP Advisory Group will be a key way to secure the involvement and advice of all relevant stake-holders in this work.

We are recruiting people who have current or recent experience of involvement, influencing, innovation and improvement, to advise, steer, support and contribute to the NIP project, on its development, quality and impact. Advisors will help facilitate collaboration between the NIP project, mental-health user and carer networks, community and professional groups, the third sector, NHS and social care organisations, and any others who are committed to involvement, recovery, personalisation and social inclusion within mental health.

The Advisory Group will have quarterly meetings around a half day long and meetings will usually be held in London.

Appointed advisors will be able to claim a fee of up to £150 (+ travel & reasonable expenses) for each half day spent at the NIP Advisory Group.

Please see the Terms of Reference, Role Description and Application Form below for further details.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon Tuesday 28th August

Return application forms by email or by post to:
NSUN, 27-29 Vauxhall Grove, London SW8 1SY

Interviews: mid – September

Role Description

Terms of Reference

Application Form

Contact and enquiries: fran.singer@nsun.org.uk

Website: www.nsun.org.uk   Office: 0207 820 8982

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