Healthwatch Bristol and Healthwatch South Gloucestershire would like to speak to people about their personal experiences of using local health care services, or those of someone they know or care for.
Growing pressure on the NHS mean changes are needed to make sure everybody gets the support they need.
The Government has unveiled its proposals for all health and care staff in England to get autism training.
North Bristol NHS Trust are trying to improve their outpatient services. They need your help and experience to create together the best service possible.
North Bristol Trust are looking for people aged 45 and over who are interested in taking part in dementia research.
Following consultation and feedback from organisations such as ours, the NHS Long Term Plan (LTP) was launched on 7th January. It sets out what the NHS wants to achieve over the next ten years. Many of the measures announced are part of the £20 billion extra funding announced by the government last year.Continue reading “NHS Long Term Plan”
The next Mental Health Conversations event will focus on developing a mental health strategy for Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
Community health services across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) are currently being reviewed, before they are put out to tender next year.
A new national data opt-out has been developed for NHS patients.
University Hospitals Bristol(UHB) NHS Trust proposes to build a new Hospital Transport hub.
A personal health budget is an amount of money to support someone’s health and wellbeing needs, which is planned and agreed between them and their local NHS team.
Ask Listen Do is an NHS project to make it easier for people to give comments and make complaints.
Are you caring for someone with a mental illness?
Rethink Mental Illness are running a six week course for family, friends and carers.
What will University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust‘s hospitals look like in five years’ time? An opportunity to have your say on the future direction of the Trust. This public event is part of University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust’s series of Health Matters events.
People currently in receipt of a personal health budgets or integrated personal budget (combining health and social care funding) will be able to share their experiences of a personal health budget in a survey being run by NHS England. Open until 31st April, all survey responses will be anonymised and used to help improve how personal health budgets are offered in England.
NHS England is consulting on reducing prescribing of over-the-counter medicines. Feedback so far from patients and patient organisations has highlighted that considerations must be made for people with long-term conditions who require a large supply of over the counter medicine.
If you would like to respond to this consultation you can do so by Wednesday 14 March.