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Healthwatch Sheffield asks for Your Help in Deciding their Priorities

Healthwatch Sheffield asks for Your Help in Deciding their Priorities

Healthwatch Sheffield, the local consumer watchdog for health and social care services, are asking for your help to set their priorities.

Healthwatch Sheffield have created an online survey which they hope will help them to paint a picture of where they can best focus their efforts over the next two years.

“Health and social care works best when people are involved in decisions about their treatment and care, but this doesn’t always happen,” Healthwatch explain.

“We are here to help make sure that those designing, running and regulating health and social care listen to people’s views and act upon them.” People speak to Healthwatch about the issues that matter most to them. These experiences are then shared by Healthwatch with local services so that they can be improved.

If you would like to have your say on what Healthwatch should prioritise over the next two years please complete this survey before April 27th.

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