Ways to get involved
How you can give your feedback and share your experiences
You can choose how much you want to get involved and you can dedicate as much or as little time as you want.
Whether you want to share a good experience, a bad experience or just want to feedback how our services can be improved; we have a number of ways of listening to your experience:
Volunteering is a rewarding way of giving something back to your local community.
The patient and community network allows you to get involved with, and influence, decisions about local health services. Find out how to get involved here.
Our People's Board represent the views of patients, carers and the general public of Bradford district and Craven, helping to make decisions on the future of our services. To find more information about how to contact or join our People's Board, please visit this page.
The Women's Health Network identifies and addresses health issues and inequalities affecting women and their families living in Bradford. Find out how you can get involved here.
The Maternity Voices Partnership brings together women and their families, commissioners and providers to review and contribute to the development of local maternity care. Find out more here.