Consultations

When the NHS or the council are planning changes to services, they are required to consult the public to better understand the impact these changes will have.

Here you can find local consultations and how you can get involved with them.

SASH – HIV service user survey

SASH are looking for your opinions on how HIV non-clinical support services should be structured. The deadline for the survey is Wednesday 31st October 6pm Take the survey Find out more about SASH go to their website. 
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Grenfell Night Support Service Survey

Hestia in partnership with the  Notting Dale Residents Advisory Board (RAB)  are currently looking into the overnight services*  at the Notting Hill Methodist Church offered as part of the Grenfell recovery response. They would appreciate if you could spare a few minutes to complete this survey. It is important that they understand if and how services in the …
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Health apps, what do you think and would you use them?

The NHS in North West London are rolling out an app called ‘Health Help Now’ to help the public access and use NHS services. You can still use traditional methods to contact NHS services, over the phone and in person. This app will be in addition and will allow you to; book both GP and …
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Vision Rehabilitation Services Questionnaire

Thomas Pocklington Trust has compiled a questionnaire in order to gauge vision rehabilitation services throughout the country. Vision rehabilitation usually involves a worker from your local council or another organisation visiting you shortly after your diagnosis of sight loss to assess your needs and provide training and advice. The aim is to help people with …
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What does your GP mean to you?

The Royal College of General Practitioners, which represents family doctors in the UK, want to hear how you think the future of general practice should develop. Whether you’re a GP, patient, or another healthcare professional, they want to hear your thoughts. Take the survey By completing this survey, you’ll be helping to influence the future …
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Places of Safety Lived Experience Research

 Please help to improve the service and environment at Places of Safety in North West London The NHS is planning improvements to the service and environment at Places of Safety across the eight North West London boroughs (Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster). The police can use the …
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Closed: Share Your Experiences of Using the GP Weekend and Evening Services

Following the recent development of the GP weekend and evening service, your help is needed to find out: Whether you have used the service What you think of the service How you think the service could be improved The results of the survey will help the NHS understand what people think is good about the …
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Closed: Attitudes of Middle Eastern people towards accessing counselling

Research being carried out by the University of Chester, is looking at the attitudes of Middle Eastern people towards accessing counselling and/or psychotherapy. If you are an individual whose parents or grandparents originate from one or more of the following countries, you will be eligible to take part: Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Israel, the Palestine Territory, Syria, …
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Closed: Consultation on education and training standards for pharmacist independent prescribers

The General Pharmaceutical Council is consulting on the standards for the education and training of pharmacist independent prescribers. Pharmacist independent prescribers are already playing a vital role in delivering high-quality care to people using the health services of Great Britain. To become an independent prescriber, pharmacists must complete education and training that gives them the …
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Closed: Personal Health Budget Experience Survey

Do you currently have a personal health budget or integrated personal budget? Share your experience in a new online survey open from 1st March to 31st April 2018. Play your part in helping to improve how personal health budgets are offered in England. Take the survey
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