30 March, 2023

Service User Consultative Forum March 2023

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St Patrick’s Mental Health Services (SPMHS) is shortly hosting its first Consultative Forum of 2023.

Taking place from 5.30pm to 7pm on Thursday, 30 March 2023, the Consultative Forum will provide an opportunity to give an update on the Your Portal project.

Your Portal is an online platform for our service users, the first of its kind from a health service in Ireland. The portal enables service users to access, document and share their own health-related information. It also offers tools to support service users to more easily understand and evaluate their mental health recovery.

Having first launched in 2020, SPMHS is about to begin phase three of the portal project. With this in mind, our Digital Health team is holding an online Consultative Forum on 30 March to provide more information on the project and outline what is planned for the next phase.

The role and function of the Remote Care Advisory Forum, which works to help enhance our remote services, will also be discussed. The Remote Care Advisory Form is made up of service users, along with members of our Digital Health and Communications teams. The forum meets monthly to discuss Your Portal, covering topics like areas to prioritise and how to improve communications about the portal.

The Consultative Forum is open to anyone who is interested in finding out about Your Portal. It will be of particular interest to current and future service users of SPMHS.

Registration is essential; a link to join the forum will sent to you ahead of the event.

Please register by emailing sfitzharris@stpatricks.ie confirming that you wish to attend the forum.

If you have any queries or accessibility requirements for attending the forum, please email sfitzharris@stpatricks.ie.

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