Get involved

People and communities are important to us because they help us improve all aspects of health care, including patient safety, patient experience and health outcomes – giving people the power to live healthier lives.

There are many ways that people are involved in having their say about the NHS. These include surveys, one-off events, and ongoing voluntary public voice roles. Not all work is about meetings – more and more, the NHS is getting out and meeting people where they are. 

Public involvement and listening to all of our communities is an essential part of making sure effective and efficient health and care services are delivered. By reaching, listening to, involving and empowering our people and communities, we can make sure they are at the heart of decision making. 

  • Have your say (current opportunities). Find out about our current activities such as surveys, groups, and events and how you can get involved. 

  • What you’ve told us. Our past engagement activities, your feedback and what we did as a result. 

  • Our commitment to keeping you involved. How we work with local people and communities and our public involvement and engagement advisory committee (PIEAC) 

  • Keep informed or get in touch. Follow our activities and news on social media or find out how you can contact us. 

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