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Healthwatch community nursing Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Community nursing – share your experiences

22 August 2022

Healthwatch Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, and Healthwatch Norfolk are asking if you would like to share your experience of your local Community Nursing Service? Community nursing provides invaluable 24/7 care to people in their own homes, or close to where they live, in clinics and GP practices across every village, town and city in England. They […]

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Ask your MP to support the Carer's Leave Bill

We’re calling for MPs to support essential Bill to help unpaid carers

22 August 2022

We have called upon MPs to support an upcoming Carer’s Leave Bill which would ease some of the huge pressures on people trying to balance looking after a family member or friend, while also being in paid employment. We support 17,000 carers and their families across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk. And last week we wrote […]

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Share your views on outpatients department

8 August 2022

Cambridge University Hospitals (CUHs) invite patients and carers to join an outpatients listening session on Wednesday 14 September from 12:00pm – 1.30pm via Zoom. During the session, they would like to learn about your experiences of the hospital’s outpatients department – what’s going well, what’s not going so well and what can be done for […]

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Research on mouth and teeth care from homecare workers to people living with dementia

Do you care for someone living with dementia?

7 July 2022

A team of researchers from NIHR School for Social Research, University of Portsmouth, Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London are inviting you to participate in a research study on how homecare workers help with mouth and teeth care. The researchers are keen to talk family carers about the mouth and teeth care […]

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Do you want to help shape the future of health and care services?

4 July 2022

Norfolk and Waveney ICS is a new partnership of local health and care organisations working to improve the health, wellbeing and care of people living in Norfolk and Waveney. As part of the new partnership a Digital Transformation Roadmap is being developed. Digital transformation is about making step-change improvements of operations and services using digital […]

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Deentia Carers Count

Do you support someone to live well with dementia?

17 June 2022

Dementia Carers Count are inviting people to take part in their survey. If you offer, or have offered, help and support to a friend or family member living with dementia, they want to hear from you. They are keen to understand what pressures you face in your caring role, this well help them shape the services […]

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Championing Access event Thursday 7 July

Championing access – help improve health and care services

14 June 2022

You are invited to the Healthwatch in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s health and care summit event this summer. The free event is on Thursday 7 July, 10.00am to 3.00pm at the KingsGate Centre, 2 Staplee Way, Parnwell, Peterborough, PE1 4YT This year the spotlight is on equal access to health and care services and on the big […]

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Volunteering

Do you want to help inform how carers are supported in the future?

13 June 2022

Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council are refreshing the county’s all-age carers strategy, which looks at what support unpaid carers need. They are really keen for carers to be at the heart of this process. If you would like to be involved with helping them with this, they have an online co-production workshop on […]

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Family support

Do you support a family member living at home with dementia?

10 June 2022

Researchers at the University of Manchester are keen to hear your experiences of supporting a family member during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are inviting you to take part in an anonymous survey which can be sent to you through the post or it can be completed online. If you are interested in taking part in […]

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Do you work with people experiencing dementia symptoms and their families/carers?

27 May 2022

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) are keen to hear your views on what stops people with dementia symptom accessing Memory Assessment Services. The CCG are working with The Behavioural Insights Team to explore how they can improve access to Memory Assessment Services. Your feedback will help develop solutions so that more people can […]

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