I spend about three and a half days a week doing voluntary or unpaid work. A couple of things recently (writing an article and attending an event) have prompted me to consider how volunteers are used and how to get more out of them. However,
As I noted in the last blog, the four-month consultation period on our local Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS) has just ended. Last time, I reflected on how the feedback could and should be used. This time, I want to ask whether I was
An outline health and wellbeing strategy that combines the integration of physical, mental and social care locally with patient and public involvement.
OK, perhaps it’s more ‘aspects of engagement to think about and do your best to follow the good practice of when producing your Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS), so as to make the exercise as effective and worthwhile as possible, within the limited resources
A – so, last time I was bemoaning the poor engagement done by some organisations, even though they were led by ‘intelligent and accomplished professionals’. V – without us, we noticed. M – breaking out into a solo career are we? A – listen, guys,