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Core business Strategic Governance l Administration l Finance l Communications l Public Relations Strategic themes Communications l Membership l Engagement & Capacity Building l Partnership l Involvement & Influence Values Solidarity l Equality l Integrity l Diversity. l.

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Core business

Core business

Strategic Governance l Administration l Finance l Communications lPublic Relations

Strategic themes

Communications lMembership lEngagement & Capacity Building lPartnership lInvolvement & Influence


Solidarity lEquality l Integrity lDiversity


Core business

  • Key milestones:

  • Partnership Agreement signed: April 2012 June 2012

  • Project Management established: April 2012 June 2012

  • Steering Groups established: September 2012

  • Recruitment of workers: June 2012

  • Mapping and literature review: July 2012 – August 2012

  • PPPI baseline standards consultation: September – November 2012

  • Mapping and literature review report: January 2013

  • PPPI engagement and negotiation: January – March 2013

  • Annual networking and information events: October 2012 & March 2013

  • Training: Annual leadership programme March 2013 - March 2013

  • Information dissemination: Monthly NIP bulletin(10 produced)

  • Brokerage: Formal systems in place: January 2013 On-going

  • Review of 2012 mapping and literature review: January 2014 to do

  • Good practice guidelines published: April 2014 to do

  • PPPI wider/collective adoption: March 2015 to do

  • Final project report and Independent Evaluation report: March 2015 to do

Core business

Evaluation Framework:

The National Involvement Partnership (NIP) project ‘Involvement for Influence - Influencing for Improvement’ aims to develop national standards for the involvement of service users and carers and establish an infrastructure for involvement.

The idea is to ‘hard wire’ the service user and carer direct voice and experience into health and care services. The project will develop the previously evaluated NIP work, share good practice, centralise resources, strengthen existing networks and build an infrastructure that connects and coordinates involvement.

Core business

  • Raise skill level and capacity of service users and carers

  • Formal sign up of commissioners, local authorities and health bodies to comply with standards – push at an open door!

  • Create a different mindset – more sensitive of the impact of involvement – improving individual transactions and service style






Core business

The Project Organisational Structure 2013

NSUN Board of Trustees

Project Management Group

Sola Afuape

Terry Bamford

Sarah Yiannoullou

Project Manager

Naomi James

Regional Development & Research Manager

Research Support

Emma Perry

Project Co-ordinator


Team Leader

Fran Singer

Project Co-ordinator


Involvement Officer

Denise Forde

Project Support

Nicole Smith

Project Support


Involvement Officer

Raza Griffiths

Advisory Group


David Crepaz-Keay Alison Faulkner JayasreeKalathil Debbie Roberts