Health and Social Care

- There are big changes planned for Health and Social Care over the next few years. How can we make it easier for you to understand and get involved in changes? - How can we best engage with your priorities for the new National Care Service? - How can we best engage with your priorities around the use of apps for people to access health services? - How can we best engage with your priorities around the Women’s Health Plan, to improve care and reduce health inequalities for women and girls? - What do people need in order to understand these changes?

Why the contribution is important

We want the Open Government Action Plan to reflect public priorities, so we're keen to hear your views

by Maddie_ScotGov on June 04, 2021 at 05:37PM

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  • Posted by alexstobart June 11, 2021 at 15:51

    The NCS is a significant change. Citizens can help to design a new service which enables citizens to be the point of integration. The Third Sector and Carers can also be partners in the NCS Program.
  • Posted by Prentice July 03, 2021 at 15:41

    I wondered if it would be beneficial to provide electric toothbrushes to children. It has been proven that electric toothbrushes are more effective than manual toothbrushes when it comes to cleaning teeth. Thank fully the cost associated with buying an electric toothbrush has come down in recent years costing between £20 and £30. Electric toothbrushes are long lasting with only the heads needing to be replaced every so often and not the whole unit. This could help reduce dental / health costs for the NHS and get children into practice with using an electric toothbrush. https://www.dentalhealth.org/news/electric-toothbrushes-win-the-head-to-head-against-manual-in-record-breaking-new-study
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