Healthwatch Bury Mental Health Survey Results

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As part of Mental Health Awareness Week (8th – 14th May 2017). Healthwatch Bury created a survey to assess people’s views on mental health stigma and its negative consequences. Click here to view the results: http://healthwatchbury.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Mental-Health-Stigma-Survey-Results.pdf

CHANGE – mental health questionnaire

My name is Catherine and I work for CHANGE. We are working on a project funded by Comic Relief which is looking at making mental health services more inclusive for people with learning disabilities, autism, or both. We are also working with an organisation called Richmond Fellowship. If you have … Read More

YoungMinds – Have your say on standards for Tier 4 Services

NHS England are currently conducting a National Review of Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Tier 4. This page will tell you what the review is, why it’s happening, and how you can participate as a young person, parent or carer. Who is this page for? We want to … Read More

CQC launches consultation on its next phase of regulation

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is inviting people to give their views on its plans to deliver a more targeted, responsive and collaborative approach to regulation across health and adult social care in England. Having carried out a comprehensive inspection of every NHS trust in England at least once, CQC … Read More

Consultation launched on £32m budget cuts

Savings have been identified across the authority, and residents are now being asked for their views. Consultation begins today (Thursday 8 Dec) and runs until 31 January 2017. The council will set the budget on 22 February 2017. Budget presentations will also be given at the next round of Township … Read More

Have your say in the GP survey

A random sample of people registered with Bury GPs will have the opportunity to share their views and experiences in a national confidential survey. Surveys will be posted to registered addresses from January 4th 2017 as part of NHS England’s national GP Patient Survey. The survey contains a prepaid envelope and should take no more … Read More