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.
Assisted Conception and Fertility Treatment Services Review
Have your say in shaping the future of assisted conception and fertility treatment services across Greater Manchester
People in Greater Manchester are being asked to share their experiences and views about assisted conception and fertility treatment services to help shape the future of the service. Commissioners across Greater Manchester want to hear your views: what works well now and what needs to be improved?
What do we mean by assisted conception and fertility treatment?
Assisted conception is a collective name for treatments designed to lead to conception by means other than sexual intercourse.
If you or a family member have experienced fertility problems or are currently undergoing treatment or may need to access a fertility treatment service in the future, we want to hear from you.
Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan
Survey closed: 03/12/2020
You can give your views and help shape the Clean Air Plan proposals now. A consultation is running until Thursday 3 December. Get involved and help clean up the air we all breathe.
Greater Manchester’s Big Wellbeing Conversation
Survey closed: 19/10/2020
People in Greater Manchester are being asked to join a conversation about their mental wellbeing, to discover how they feel, what worries them, and what they think can be done to make a positive difference to where they live.
TALKING ABOUT A&E: PAEDIATRIC (CHILDREN’S) MEDICINE REVIEW
Survey closed: 28/02/2020
To help us gather views from a wide group of people, we designed two surveys. One for parents, carers and guardians; and one for children and young people. The purpose of the surveys was to listen and learn about your experiences and your views on how we could improve services for the benefit of children and young people in the future.
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.