Give us your views - consultations

On this page you can find information about all our current consultations. To view the details of previous consultations, please click here.

#oursaycounts - the future of health and social care 

The NHS, councils, and community organisations in Bradford District and Craven are working together to plan the future of health, care and support services. 
 
They want to have a conversation with local people so that they make the right choices for our area. And they've asked Healthwatch Bradford and District to help.
 
People can join the conversation online or come to one of our events
  • Monday 10 July 3-5pm, Central Hall, Keighley
  • Wednesday 12 July 5.30-7.30pm, Carlisle Business Centre, Bradford 
  • Friday 14 July 1.30-3.30pm, Bankfield Mercure Hotel, Bingley

You can find out more about #oursaycounts on the Healthwatch Bradford and District website.

Register for an event here.


Give your views on proposals for extended access in primary care

Bradford Care Alliance – a partnership of GP practices in Bradford - wants your views on weekend extended access in primary care. Extended access means access to services (e.g. GP services) outside normal working hours (Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm). They want to know about your preferences and views on extended access services at weekends. Your views will help decide how extended access in primary care should work for local people.

You can give your views by filling out a quick survey here. The survey will close on 30 September 2017.

You can also print a copy of the survey and post it to:

Extended access survey

Freepost RTEK-UHKG-UBEK

Douglas Mill

Bowling Old Lane

Bradford BD5 7JR


NHS England (national consultation) - items which should not be routinely prescribed in primary care 

NHS England has launched a national consultation about items which should not be routinely prescribed in primary care. This consultation is open now and closes on 21 October 2017.

To read more about the consultation and to read the full consultation document, visit the NHS England website.

You can give NHS England your views using the online survey here.

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