SEND children and young people’s priorities – North West


The NW SEND Regional Network  would like to know your views as a young person about what is and isn’t going well, plus what you think can be improved in your area. Your responses will be anonymous, but will help to make sure you and other young people’s views influence … Read More

Living Well with Hearing Loss Survey

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Living Well with Hearing Loss Survey Healthwatch Bury and Communic8te (charity for Deaf and people with a hearing loss), are looking at the use of hearing aids and the reasons behind why people may not use them. We aim to use the results of this research to identify any potential … Read More

Paediatric (Children’s) Medicine Review: Your Voice Matters – Talking about A&E


Background information – Greater Manchester Review of Paediatric Medicine Hospital Services   The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership’s Improving Specialist Care Programme is undertaking a review of Paediatric medicine services. They are looking at how A&E and Observation/Assessment departments can be improved and made more sustainable for the future. … Read More

End of Life Experience Project


Healthwatch Bury is delighted to support a piece of research aimed at improving the quality of ‘end of life care‘ in all settings but we cannot do this without your help. We are aiming to gather information from residents of Bury who have experienced end of life care services within … Read More

Review of Commissioned Older People’s Day Services (non-statutory)


Bury Council is reviewing commissioned Older People’s Day Services (non-statutory). It is important that they have the views of people who use the services and other interested parties, to ensure that quality services are being delivered. The online questionnaires are now live: The closing date is 11th October 2019. There … Read More

Detecting Cancer Early Research Priorities Survey


Take part in the survey and help generate the top 10 priorities for future research in the early detection of cancer Survey open: 1 December 2018 – 28 February 2019 Almost 360,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer every year*. It is critical that cancer is detected as … Read More