Young Scot

Charity registered in Scotland SC029757

Young Scot is the national youth information and citizenship charities for young people age 11-26 in Scotland. #YSHive volunteers are system-changer and influencers, tackling Scotland’s toughest challenges and issues that matter most to young people.

Current opportunity

Young Scot is looking for young people aged 16-25 from across Scotland to give their feedback, insight and ideas on NHS Inform service during an online session. Session Information: 🎂 16-25 years old (inclusive) 📅 Tuesday 18th of June, 5.30pm - 8pm 🗺️ Anywhere in Scotland 💻Online session via Zoom About the NHS Inform session Join us for this online session with NHS24 to share your experiences of NHS Inform and to help shape the development of the NHS Inform service going forward. We’ll be asking you questions such as: • Have you used NHS Inform or other online health information before? What’s your experience been like accessing information on health and care online? • What would you like to see on the platform? (e.g. information or tools you can access) • What are your hopes for what NHS Inform might look like in the future? NHS24 would love to hear from you about how you access information and how accessible it is to you. They’re also keen to know how you use and understand the information, and your needs around health information. We’re happy to accept your sign up form in other ways, like a word document or verbally. If you would like to apply in a different way, please just get in touch Once you complete the form you will be invited via email along to an online (Zoom) session, with further details around what to expect on the night. Sign-ups close on Friday 14th of June. Equal access to opportunities and inclusivity are at the heart of everything we do at Young Scot. We will always continue to work closely with you and make reasonable adjustments based on your needs to ensure you can participate. We do not accept any form of discrimination or prejudice to anyone on our volunteering projects based on your life experience, background, culture, or identity. This includes age, disability, gender identity, parenting and caring responsibilities, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation. Got a question? If you’ve got any questions or would like to know more about the Panel get in touch We’re happy to help! Volunteering with Young Scot Volunteering with us helps you: - Develop your skills - Take part in training and opportunities - Make new friends and meet new people - Explore new places, topics and experiences - Influence change on topics that are important to you