Making health and social care services work better, for everyone

You chance to have your say about your IBD care

A new Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Patient Survey has been launched, encouraging everyone with Crohn’s or Colitis to make their voice heard and feedback on the care they receive. Make your voice heard and complete the new IBD Patient Survey today. There are variations in care for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), and IBD UK want […]

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More RAP Workshop dates released!

The dates for the Rugby RAP workshops are now live and available to book places: Tue 13th Aug – 10am-12pm The Oasis Room, Rugby Health & Wellbeing Centre Drovers Close CV21 3HX https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rights-to-access-healthcare-workshop-tickets-65246226219   Tue 10th Sept – 1pm-3pm Overslade Community Centre, Buchanan Road, CV22 6AY https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rights-to-access-healthcare-workshop-tickets-65244565251   Wed 18th Sept – 2pm-4pm Hope 4, […]

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Standing Conference on Patient Voice: Making A Difference

Thank you to all who attended our 3rd Standing Conference on Thursday the 11th of July, bringing together members of Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) and other patient representatives from all over the county. This standing conference, entitled Making A Difference: How to get your voice heard to influence change, set out to follow up from […]

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1 Week to go until the follow-up Standing Conference!

The Standing Conference on Patient Voice: Making A Difference Following the success of our standing conference back in May, Healthwatch Warwickshire are delighted to welcome Professor Sir Chris Ham, former Chief Executive of the Kings Fund and Chair of Coventry and Warwickshire’s Health and Care Partnership Board, to the third Standing Conference on Patient Voice. […]

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It’s a RAP! Warwick phase of our RAP project is complete!

From February to April our Rights to Access project began, helping those experiencing homelessness access primary health care services, you can read more here. The Warwick Phase of this project is now complete and we have an initial summary of what we have already achieved as we move on to phase two in Stratford-Upon-Avon

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Care Companion

Care Companion is a free, simple to use resource developed to support those who care for their loved ones. It has been created by a collaboration between carers and teams from the NHS, local authority, and the University of Warwick. Discover how Care Companion can help you , please go to www.carecompanion.org.uk to find out […]

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Follow up Healthwatch Warwickshire Standing Conference

Healthwatch Warwickshire are delighted to welcome Sir Professor Chris Ham, former Chief Executive of the Kings Fund and Chair of Coventry and Warwickshire’s Health and Care Partnership Board, to the third Standing Conference on Patient Voice Standing Conference: Making a Difference What is this meeting about? The NHS 10 Year Plan Coordinating the patient voice […]

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Do you have caring responsibilities?

The Carer’s Trust website states that: “Family carers are people who, without payment, look after relatives, friends or neighbours who could not manage alone due to illness, disability, old age, mental health needs or substance dependency. Despite their huge voluntary contribution to society many family carers experience significant disadvantages as a result of their caring […]

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