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Giving young people a say on health services NHS England has a Youth Forum, made up of 25 young people from all over the country, who have a passion for improving health services for young people. The Youth Forum gives a voice to young people to express their thoughts on the health issues that matter most […]
A neonatal intensive care nurse, a GP who champions work with community groups and prominent disability and learning disability advocates are among people from across the country appointed to a new forum which will support delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan. Building on the collaborative approach to developing the Long Term Plan, the NHS […]
A consultant paediatrician leading a clinical network in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw talks about the work being done to integrate care across seven hospitals and health services in the community: We have a vision. It’s quite simple: every child should have high quality care and equal access at all times, whether that’s in hospital or […]
With so many competing demands on the NHS, ensuring children and young people are a visible group receiving the focus they deserve cannot be neglected by the system. National leadership has a role in prioritising child health. Childhood isn’t deferrable and we all have a part to play in ensuring we provide a strong foundation […]
As Head of Patient Experience at NHS England for Children, Young People and Maternity, I’m always looking for ways to include children and young people in the commissioning and delivery of services. Colleagues Alice Williams and Nagina Javaid in the Public Voice team are key allies. So, mug of tea in hand, I’m reflecting on […]