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Help Healthwatch Sheffield Steer Their Work

Help Healthwatch Sheffield Steer Their Work

Are you passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of people across ALL of Sheffield? If so, Healthwatch Sheffield are looking for new members to join their Strategic Advisory Group ( SAG). If you are a local resident or work in the city and want to see the best health and social care services for Sheffield, they want to hear from you!

The Strategic Advisory Group are volunteers who help to steer Heathwatch Sheffield’s work.
The group meet every month and collectively they:

  • Work with the staff team to set the strategic direction, the vision, mission and values of Healthwatch Sheffield
  • Review the impact of Healthwatch Sheffield’s work on Health and Social Care in Sheffield
  • Ensure that Healthwatch Sheffield meets its legal duties
  • Work in partnership with the Board and senior leadership of Voluntary Action Sheffield (as host organisation for Healthwatch Sheffield)

If you are interested in applying to join SAG you can find out more here.

Applications are open until Thursday 7 July 2022.



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