‘What matters to you?’ day 2017! #WMTY17


‘What matters to you? day is being held on 6 June 2017, please save the date and plan now for how you might join in on the day.

The aim this year is not only to encourage and support more meaningful conversations, but also to focus on the action that needs to happen in response to these conversations to deliver the care and support people really need and want.

We know from experience and evidence that the effect of focusing on what really matters to people can lead to improvements in the quality and effectiveness of what we do. Having a better understanding of what is important to people also helps develop relationships that provide the support and help people need to achieve optimal health and wellbeing.

Last year, ‘What matters to you?’ day had more than 520 health and social care teams across Scotland making a special effort to have more person-centred conversations with the people they work with. In addition to this, more than 100 teams from 13 countries joined our Scottish initiative. You can read more about it in our ‘What matters to you?’ day 2016 report at: www.whatmatterstoyou.scot

‘What matters to you?’ day 2017 is being supported by the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, the Minister for Public Health and Sport and the Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing. They will be getting involved on the day as well as sharing messages of encouragement and good practice in the run-up to 6 June.

The Scottish Government and Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s person-centred health and care team will also be supporting health and social care organisations practically to participate in the day by providing advice and resources through the website at www.whatmatterstoyou.scot.

To ask questions or find out more, please contact the person-centred health and care team at hcis.personcentredscot@nhs.net.

3 thoughts on “‘What matters to you?’ day 2017! #WMTY17

  1. It matters to me that someone is asking and hopefully give advise on how best to deal with what I think matters.

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