Toto Gronlund, Interim Head of Patient and Public Partnerships, along with David Rabjohns and Fiona McDonald, National Patient Leads are working together with patient groups, royal colleges and societies, in helping NHS Connecting for Health (NHS CFH) ensure that:
is responsible for patient and public involvement in informatics.
Toto began her role within the Clinical Division after previously working in benefits management at NHS CFH with local health communities.
Toto comments:"I believe patient and public involvement and informatics are a win-win scenario for health and social care,
"Patient and public involvement is essential to improving the provision and use of information, and to ensure transparency of our services in the eyes of the patients, public and staff".
brings over 25 years of experience in a variety of roles in health, social care and the voluntary sector.
Toto was also non-executive director for a third sector organisation in the substance misuse rehabilitation sector and a hospital medical physicist and researcher.
Additionally, Toto was a mentor for the participative evaluation in a project on social inclusion in mental health and completed a diploma in International Primary Care Research at UCL, specialising in the use of the narrative in research, health care and education.
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, David or Fiona?
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