The Coalition for Collaborative Care (C4CC) is a group of organisations who have agreed to work together to improve support for people with long-term conditions. The aim is to ensure that people living with long-term conditions can access healthcare which focuses on the whole person, and where different organisations and communities work together with each individual, carer and/or family to achieve the best possible outcome.
The Coalition’s co-production group plays a central role in this work. The co-production group is a team of people with long-term conditions and carers. The group works with the C4CC central team and partners to influence and co-design the work of C4CC on an on-going basis.
We are recruiting new members to the core C4CC co-production group. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people who have experience of long-term conditions. The term ‘long-term condition’ (LTC) is used to mean “any physical or mental condition which needs long- term management and support”.
This opportunity will involve national travel and you will be expected to attend at least 8 meetings per year. For more information on these dates, please see the application form.
If you are successful in your application, you will be able to claim travel and participation fees as outlined in the draft NHS England Reimbursement and Fees policy. If you are invited to interview, we will cover any travel or support costs for the day.
The closing date for applications is Monday 2nd February. Interviews will be held on Friday 6th, Monday 9th and Friday 13th February. If you wish to apply, please complete the application form and the equality monitoring form, and return to Wilhelmina Dowdye either by post or email on email@example.com . More details on this can be found in the application form below. This is available in an interactive PDF or Word format.
Application Form (Interactive PDF)
Application Form (Word document)
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Equality Monitoring Form (Interactive PDF)
Equality Monitoring Form (Word document)
Easy Read Equality Monitoring Form (Interactive PDF)