A digital place for people who access services, carers, staff and partner agencies, to share ideas around care co-ordination & care planning in mental health

NHS Change Day is on 3rd March 2014 and is a frontline led movement; the largest of its kind, with a shared purpose of improving health and care. The mission is to inspire and mobilise people everywhere, staff, patients and the public to something better together to improve care for people.

This is my pledge: “I pledge to involve people that use services in decisions and actions to improve planning care. I will do this through promoting shared conversations between people that use services, supporters, clinicians, managers and leaders, starting with LYPFT Planning Care Network”. What will your pledge be? – visit NHS Change Day to make, join or like a pledge.

If you use mental health services or are a carer/supporter of someone who does, then please come along to this event to join in the conversation.  If you are a member of staff or one of our partner agencies, then please let the people you work with know about this opportunity to get involved in sharing views.

Hope to see you there


Conversation event - York


Comments on: "NHS Change Day – shared conversations" (2)

  1. Selina said:

    Conversation event sounds like a good idea – is there any learning disability focus within this or just mental health??
    Is there any way to print off the event poster so i can display it within our service for patients and carers to look at – it maybe obvious but can’t work it out on nights!!


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