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Clinical And Social Care Engagement

Do you want a say in Sheffield’s clinical and social care strategy? If so look no further.

Sheffield Health And Social Care is holding an event this month, with updates from key speakers, interactive sessions to learn more about the different pieces of work that are happening, and opportunities to provide your feedback and input into future plans. This is a general engagement event aimed at both staff, service users, carers, or other community groups and/or organisations.

They say: “We are at an exciting time in the development and delivery of the Clinical and Social Care Strategy. Last year, the strategy was about ‘what matters most to people,’ this year has been about ‘how we know we make a difference.’ There is still lots to do to become more trauma-informed, person-centred, strengths-based and evidence-led – with coproduction at the heart of everything we do. We hope to improve care, as well as reducing health inequalities, and the strategy sets out a plan for the care we want to provide at SHSC through several different pieces of work.”

It takes place at the Showroom Workstation on Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX, on Tuesday 30 January from 10am to 1pm, with refreshments available from 9.30am.

If you would like more information about the event or the Clinical and Social Care Strategy, please email pmo@shsc.nhs.uk

You can book here



  • Liz Kieran:

    25 Jan 2024 13:07:14

    I would love to be part of the group please!

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