We’re all shaping local services – from the people who live and work in Greater Manchester, to the many local organisations involved in health and social care here.
TALKING ABOUT A&E: PAEDIATRIC (CHILDREN’S) MEDICINE REVIEW
Across Greater Manchester we are reviewing Paediatric (Children’s) Medicine Services. So, we want your help! We want to know what it was like when you went to A&E and how we can improve it for other children and young people.
To help us gather views from a wide group of people, we have designed two surveys. One for parents, carers and guardians; and one for children and young people.
The purpose of the surveys is to listen and learn about your experiences and your views on how we can improve services for the benefit of children and young people in the future.
The surveys will run until 28 February 2020. Please get involved and tell us what you think.
Shining a light on suicide
Survey closed: 27/12/2019
In May 2019, we launched our 'Shining a light on suicide' campaign. We asked for your views on it to help us raise more awareness around suicide prevention.
Dementia: lived experiences
Survey closed: 30/09/2019
In September 2019, Social Sense and Hitch ran a survey capturing the opinions of people affected by dementia. Their responses will help us to better understand and improve their experiences.Results available January 2020
THE BIG ALCOHOL CONVERSATION
Survey closed: 31/03/2019
In December 2018, we asked you how alcohol impacts on our communities – and how we could tackle some of the problems associated with drinking.Results available March 2020
OUR HEALTH AND CARE ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
Our Greater Manchester Health and Care Engagement framework builds on years of partnership in the region, involving both fully established and more recently formed groups and networks following devolution in 2016.
The framework describes our collective approach to getting people involved in our decision-making. It's our duty to ask for input from the public, patients and carers. But it's also about doing things differently to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone who lives and works in Greater Manchester.