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The BASHH public panel was formed in 2010 with the aim of achieving proactive public and patient involvement (PPI) in the activities and strategies of BASHH.
Meeting three times a year, the panel is formed of clinical and lay members alongside representatives from third sector organisations which provide sexual healthcare and advice. A founding principle of the panel was that no more than 50% of its membership should be sexual health professionals.
Since 2010, the public panel has reviewed all patient information leaflets produced by BASHH to ensure that language and content are patient-focused. This is a requirement of the information standard to which patient information must conform.1 In addition to leaflets, the public panel has played an active role …
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