If so, your experience could help us improve local End of Life and Palliative Care Services
We are seeking to understand the views of those who have supported a loved one with a long-term condition or cancer during the end stages of their life (in the last two years, aged 18 and over).
We appreciate that this may be a very difficult time for you and that discussions around death and dying can be uncomfortable, however if you feel that you would like to and are able to contribute, we would appreciate your input into this work.
We are committed to ensuring that the services we provide to people who are in the last months of their life, known as end of life and palliative care services are patient centred, offering individuals and their families access to collaborative, co-ordinated care throughout their journey.
You can have your say as part of a 12-week period of public engagement to understand the views of those who have supported a loved one with a long-term condition or cancer during the end stages of their life.
This engagement takes place from 17 May – 6 August 2021.
You can get involved by completing the online survey
Paper versions are available to download on the CCG website
At this stage we are seeking to hear all views and opinions, including opinions on new or innovative ways to enhance care, your responses will be analysed anonymously, and it is important that you are as honest as possible to allow us to hear things we otherwise may have missed or ideas we may not have thought of. We will use the feedback provided to monitor and improve the services we commission.
This is just one of the ways people can share their views. You can e-mail us NECSU.email@example.com call Judith McGuinness, senior communication and engagement officer on 07785601944 to arrange a one to one interview. If you need any further information regarding this engagement please e-mail NECSU.firstname.lastname@example.org or call Judith McGuinness.
Patient feedback will be independently analysed and a report will be produced which will be made public via the CCG website later this year.