Staying at home more than usual? Sign up to the online NHS Citizens’ Panel and help improve your local health services.
Local NHS organisations have launched a new online network, where members of the public can get involved in shaping the future of local healthcare services without having to leave their homes.
At this really challenging time for everyone, many people will be staying at home and not getting the chance to take part in their usual activities. The internet can help us stay connected and this includes having your say on local healthcare.
The Citizens’ Panel has been set up for people in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) to gather public views and opinions on a wide variety of health topics which will be used to help plan service, and to receive important information.
Anyone can sign up and members will receive a regular newsletter with information about health and social care and be asked for their views on health topics. To find out more about the Citizens’ Panel and join visit www.healthcareviewsllr.co.uk.
Your feedback, along with hundreds of others expected to join the panel, will be used to make meaningful improvements that will affect people’s lives for the better and in this uncertain time is a great way to get involved.
You could simply spend a few minutes each month, taking part in surveys, polls and questionnaires. You can do these on your mobile or laptop at a time that suits you. If you want to get more involved, in the future we’ll be setting up the opportunity for people to join face-to-face focus groups, when it’s safe to do so, on different health topics. If you don’t have an opinion on a topic or you’re too busy to help, you don’t have to. It’s designed to fit around you.
Join now by visiting www.healthcareviewsllr.co.uk.