There is real progress with the accessibility of the “My Healthcare Passport” participants are required to be involved in a project with this innovative patient held health record system.
Interested – Read on!
As a result of East Kent Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust (EKHUFT) participative action research study – and the Co-researchers hard work – a new fillable PDF version of “My Healthcare Passport” is available for download at www.ekhuft.nhs.uk/passport. This means that it can be downloaded, typed into, saved and shared.
Along with this, EKHUFT have been working with an organisation called tap2tag https://www.tap2tag.me/ who appeared on Dragon’s Den over the Christmas period.
Tap2tag could have real benefits for safeguarding people with learning disabilities Healthcare Passports. Therefore, EKHUFT are looking for 20-25 volunteers to test out the tap2tag system and the new Healthcare Passport.
If you are interested in participating please see the project planning meeting invite. Tap2Tag Project Invite 12-1-16
The meeting is an opportunity to hear a little more about the Passport, Tap2Tag and the plan for the project. From there, if you wanted to join the project, we would be able to give you a tap2tag token to test out.
This is real progress with the accessibility of the “My Healthcare Passport” participants are required to be involved in a project with an innovative patient held health record system.
If you’d like to book a place, please contact Jean Irving on email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01227 864382
We will of course keep you up-dated on the progress of this project! Watch this space!