What should primary care look like for the next generation? Phase Two - Call for views

Call for views now closed.

The Committee is seeking the views of health professionals on the future development of Primary Care in Scotland.  We want to hear about the progress with primary care transformation and the sustainability of primary care.

The call for written views is running from Wednesday 10 July to Wednesday 28 August 2019 and the Committee are keen to hear responses to the following questions:

1. Considering the Health and Sport Committee's report on the public panels, what changes are needed to ensure that the primary care is delivered in a way that focuses on the health and public health priorities of local communities?

2. What are the barriers to delivering a sustainable primary care system in both urban and rural areas?

3. How can the effectiveness of multi-disciplinary teams and GP cluster working be monitored and evaluated in terms of outcomes, prevention and health inequalities?

How to submit your views

Before making a submission, please read our Privacy Notice about submitting your views to a Committee.  This tells you about how we process your personal data.

Please note that in most cases your written submission will be published on the Scottish Parliament's website and may be quoted in the Committee's report or in the Committee meetings (which are public and broadcasted).

If you wish to request that your submission be published without your name, please contact David Cullum, Clerk, Health and Sport Committee via telephone (0131 348 5210) or email: [email protected]

To submit your views please use the template provided to format your submission.  We welcome written views in English, Gaelic, Scots or any other language.

Written responses should be sent electronically, in the template format, to [email protected].  Ideally submissions should be no more than four sides of A4.

If you cannot submit electronically, you may send in a hard copy of the written submission.  Please send them to:

The Health and Sport Committee, Room T3.60, Scottish Parliament, EH99 1SP.


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