A-Z of patient, carer and public stakeholders

This section provides selected links to other websites for patients, carers and members of the public. All sites listed must comply with our links protocol.

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Ichthyosis Support Group (ISG)

The Ichthyosis Support Group is a small user led charity, currently run predominantly by volunteers from affected families to provide support to all affected by ichthyosis, and to raise awareness of the condition and the group amongst healthcare professionals and the wider community.

ICUsteps: the intensive care patient support charity

ICUsteps is a charity run by intensive care ex-patients and their relatives to help others who've suffered a critical illness come to terms with their experiences and find support, re-assurance and empathy during the long recovery period. We understand that recovering from critical illness doesn't end on discharge from hospital.

INPUT

INPUT is an independent and voluntary UK organisation. Our mission is to improve patient access to insulin pump therapy so that everyone who could benefit from using an insulin pump and wishes to use one receives an appropriate pump and support through the NHS.

Insulin Dependent Diabetes Trust (IDDT)

IDDT offers care, support and information to people with diabetes and their families and tries to ensure that they have an informed choice of treatments available to them. IDDT is entirely funded by voluntary donations in order to remain independent and uninfluenced by any outside sources of funding.

Insulin Pumpers UK (IP-UK)

Insulin Pumpers UK is the UK branch of an international charity (Insulin Pumpers) promoting the knowledge and use of insulin pump therapy to treat diabetes.

Intensive Care Society's Patient Liaison Committee (CritPaL)

The Intensive Care Society is the acknowledged world leader in patients' and relatives' involvement in all aspects of intensive care treatment and CritPaL is the division dedicated specifically to this work

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