Giving people a voice on the future of the NHS in Hertfordshire today

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The NHS in Hertfordshire is changing, and it needs your help.

The Government is investing an extra £20bn a year in the NHS as part of the NHS Long Term Plan. Now you can help your local NHS invest in the right support by sharing your ideas with us.

Healthwatch Hertfordshire has launched ‘What Would You Do?’ to gather feedback from the public on ways to improve local NHS services.

 Your views matter.

 Survey

 Take part in a short survey here and share your views about what would make health services in Hertfordshire better.

 (If the link doesn’t work, open http://www.healthwatch.co.uk/what-would-you-do in your browser)

 Focus Group

We are also running a focus group. The aim of this group is to find out about your experiences of personalised care across different services.

 Details for this focus group are:

Time: 10:00-13:30

Date: April 30th

Address: Healthwatch Hertfordshire, 1 Silver Court, Watchmead, WGC, AL7 1LT

 

If you would like to attend please email Priya, our Head of Research and Engagement to express your interest, or call us and ask for her on 01707 275 978.

Reasonable travel costs will be reimbursed, and lunch will also be provided.

Thank you

 Paul Regan

Communication & Engagement Officer

Tel: 01707 275978, Mob: 07964 560 304

Healthwatch Hertfordshire
1 Silver Court
Watchmead
Welwyn Garden City
Herts
AL7 1LT

 www.healthwatchhertfordshire.co.uk

 Company Limited by Guarantee, Registered in England, Charity number 1158089.

Registered Office 1 Silver Court, Watchmead, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1LT

NHS England Health and Social Care Information - Short Survey

Using Health and Social Care Information – Short Survey

The Department of Health and Social Care would like to find out more about people’s experiences of using health and social care information.  They would be very grateful if people could complete a short survey – consisting of just five questions; and the option to be included in a future webinar.  The survey should take no more than approximately 5-10 minutes, and can be accessed here:

 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfsxCepsYtmttI8VnoanrFUXnB-JTwc5JfPnkrDUmqesgyrKw/viewform?usp=pp_url

 

Please note that the survey will be open until midnight, Monday 15 April 2019.

Suicide Prevention Survey

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What’s the survey for?


Public Health and the Local Suicide Prevention Network with Spot the Signs are conducting research to find out how aware people are of suicide in Hertfordshire and what we’re doing about it.

We would find your feedback really helpful to help to inform the suicide prevention strategy. This will help us make improvements to the existing strategy and prioritize ideas. The survey should only take 5 minutes, and your responses will be completely anonymous unless you wish to disclose your email address.

https://surveys.hertfordshire.gov.uk/s/TXKX2/

Suicide Prevention: Boys & Men T&F Group Surveys

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The boys and men suicide prevention action group have composed two short anonymous questionnaires to help us gain some further insight to drive our work forward:

  1. Crisis behaviour survey – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FFVRSX2
    The aim of this survey is to help us to gain further insight into the behaviour of Hertfordshire boys (aged 11 and over) and men when they are struggling or in crisis.  We’d be grateful if partners could share this survey widely. 
  1. Website feedback survey – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3LYBL5C
    This survey (available to be completed online or via the attached paper version) is open to any Hertfordshire based boys (aged 11 +) or men.  It asks them to look at one of our 3 key local websites to provide us with anonymous feedback.  Anyone could complete this survey, so feel free to ask family members, work colleagues, etc.

NB. Links to further support are provided at the end of both surveys.

View the paper survey here

Completed paper surveys can be sent to:

Jennifer Beer, Farnham House (postal point SFAR232) Six Hills Way, Stevenage,  SG1 2FQ