We are advertising the part-time role of Coordinator for the Portsmouth autism Community Forum. Please find the advert, job description (including role specifications) and standard application form.
If you are interested, please download the forms below, complete the application and send it to email@example.com.
Deadline: 17:00, Wednesday 15th November, 2017.
Care Services in Portsmouth – What are your views?
Our survey will be closing on 17th November but there is still time to be in with a chance of winning a £20 gift voucher. As you know we want to invite as many people as possible living in the PO1-PO6 post code areas to get involved. The research will look into the person-centred approach and where it needs to be improved to respond to what matters most to people.
- If you, or someone you know, […]
Do you have a long-term condition and receive care services or know someone who does? What would you expect of care services in the future?
Healthwatch Portsmouth is undertaking independent research into peoples’ experiences with care services and personal budgets, particularly around the level of choice and control people are given over how, when and by who these services are provided. A report with the main findings will be published and shared with Portsmouth City Council, Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and other NHS organisations to tell […]
To celebrate National Poetry Day we would like to share with you a poem called Stub! written by our Advocate Fergus Cameron:
It’s not the first thing you say to yourself
Reviewing all aspects of improving your health
Your heart and your lungs
Your rising blood pressure
Your kidneys your liver
Your BMI measure
BUT BEWARE […]
Wessex Local Eye Health Network is carrying out an eye health needs assessment for Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.
They are particularly interested in how local patients and users of eye health services have found the experience.
Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Healthwatch Portsmouth were in action at the Fratton Family Festival on Sunday. We spoke with 55 people and received feedback from 50 people on health and social care services in Portsmouth. We had three surveys available for visitors to the stall to provide feedback on; maternity services, personal health budgets, and, differing ways of accessing routine primary care services.
People who came along to enjoy the family fun day were pleased to see the Healthwatch Portsmouth stall, manned by […]