The Coalition for Personalised Care prepares to relaunch this week

The Coalition for Personalised Care (C4PC) is relaunching this week.

15/10/20

The Coalition for Personalised Care prepares to relaunch this week

C4PC, previously known as the Coalition for Collaborative Care, is the single largest group of organisations and individuals which comes together with the goal of achieving personalised care for everyone.

Their influential network spans voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations, royal colleges, academic bodies, improvement organisations, health and care practitioners and people with experience of accessing health and social care services.

C4PC has a strong strategic relationship with NHS England and Improvement and the Personalised Care Group which ensures that the voice of those we represent is present in decision-making across the NHS and more broadly with practitioners and policy makers.

The relaunch has support from the British Association of Social Workers, who say “As part of C4PC we are able to share our knowledge and expertise and shape change at the highest level, which is of particular importance to social workers, our health and care colleagues and the people we work with.”

To find out more, please visit: www.coalitionforpersonalisedcare.org.uk

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