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Call For New Members of Health Advisory Group

Call For New Members of Health Advisory Group

Healthwatch Sheffield is setting up a new strategic advisory group and is looking for volunteers.

The group wants members who are passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of all the city’s citizens and will act as a positive ambassador for Healthwatch Sheffield, representing its interests with partners and members of the public.

They welcome applications from people who identify or have worked with communities whose voices are not always heard. This includes disabled people, especially if you have experience of health and/or social care as a service user or carer.

The time and commitment required to carry out the responsibilities of the role is around 1-2 days per month and the closing date for applications is 20th May 2018.

If you would like an informal chat about the role, or to request an application pack, please contact Healthwatch Sheffield by telephoning 0114 253 668 , texting 0741 524 9657 or emailing info@healthwatchsheffield.co.uk

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