Portree is to host one of a series of national roadshows and workshops as part of the drive to improve healthcare across the country.
The OurGP project is funded by the Scottish Government, managed by the (Health and Social Care) ALLIANCE along with an NHS ‘co-design’ team called mHabitat.
Their aim is to work with citizens using and staff working in GP services to explore how they might use more online and digital tools to help improve people’s wellbeing in the future.
Now on Thursday 20 October Portree, Aros Centre will host a workshop from 12pm - 6pm, followed by drop in session from 6pm - 8pm
Anyone over the age of 16 years who access Scottish GP services and the staff who work in primary care and GP services can join mHabitat. The aim being to build a better understanding of how people are accessing services from - and interacting with – their GP practices and what their needs might be, now and in the future.
The project will be exploring how digital technology (mobiles/tablet devices; online and digital) could be used to meet some of these needs in order to improve healthcare experience and management of a wide range of health conditions, like asthma, heart conditions or anxiety.
For more information please visit the ALLIANCE website
Food and refreshments will be provided