National Patient Safety Alert Committee is Seeking Patient & Public Voice Representatives

The National Patient Safety Alert Committee (NaPSAC) has been newly set up with a remit to clearly identify which nationally-issued patient safety advice and guidance is safety-critical. To do this, it is putting in place common standards so that all the organisations which issue patient safety alerts make it clear when action is needed in response to safety-critical communications.

NaPSAC is committed to involving patients, service users, carers and families and the general public in this work and are seeking patient and public voice (PPV) representative to attend the regular NaPSAC meetings, held about every two months. PPV representatives will receive travel expenses and a per-day allowance. 

How to apply:

If you are interested in getting involved, please see the full role description and application form.

Applications should be sent to by 18 November 2018. 

If you have difficulty accessing the forms or need to receive them in other formats, please contact or call on 07710 119361. If you would like to discuss the opportunities before expressing interest, email Cindy Taplin.