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Involve Me - August 2016

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NHS Sheffield CCG - Annual Public Meeting – Book your place now!


 
Members of the public are invited to learn more about NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) by attending the Annual Public Meeting. The meeting will take place on Tuesday 13 September 2016 from 2pm – 4pm at Bramall Lane (Sheffield United Football Club).

At the event, our Annual Report and Accounts for the year 2015/16 will be available, and there will be a review of the last year. There will also be the chance to ‘shape Sheffield’ as we develop our five year strategy for health and social care in the city. For more information and to book your place visit our website here.

News from our local partners

Talking to people affected by cancer


 
The aim of The Macmillan Living With And Beyond Cancer Programme is to improve cancer care and support by 2020.  The team are looking for the help of the experts; people that have been directly impacted by cancer, as a patient or carer. 
 
They have drafted Principles for Patient Engagement to ensure they involve people affected by cancer and act on what they say.  These principles will set the gold standard for involvement across the region. 
 
This is your opportunity to have your say; have they got it right? What do they need to add in / remove?
 
You can find the Principles for Patient Engagement here, you can comment directly on this blog or email Richard Metcalfe, Macmillan Programme Lead (richard.metcalfe1@nhs.net)
 
There is a lot to celebrate in local cancer care and support this month, find out more in the team’s July ebulletin. You can sign up to receive the ebulletins by emailing Laura Boyd (laboyd@macmillan.org.uk)  
Sent on behalf of Healthwatch 

 
Healthwatch wanted to find out more about people from Black Minority Ethnic communities experiences of health and social care in the City. They asked people about their experiences of primary care, mental health and social care services. People were asked to think of what was good and bad about services and how it could be better. Please find the event briefing from the 7 December 2015 here.
Grant Aid Consultation

 
As part of the Council’s Grant Aid review there is an online survey which we would greatly appreciate you completing. The survey asks for views on proposals and priorities for the various funds. The survey can be found here and contains information on the proposals as well as the questions. We anticipate it will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. The closing date is Monday 5 September.
CQC Inspections
The CQC Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust Inspection will take place from 13 September 2016 as well as The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust CQC Inspection which takes place from 27 September 2016. 

The CQC would like feedback from patients who have used these services in the last 12 months. Peoples experiences – both positive and negative - helps them to build up a picture of current performance before going into the hospital.
 
They are keen for patients and families to share their experience in the following ways:
Visiting CQC website link for the web-form: www.cqc.org.uk/yourexperience  
Email: enquiries@cqc.org.uk
Letter: CQC, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA
Phone: 03000 61 61 61

National news

NICE Public Involvement Update – August 2016

 
Please find here this month’s Public Involvement Update from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).

If you have any comments about the content of this update or ideas about what you’d like to see in the next edition, please contact sally.taylor@nice.org.uk 
NHS England In Touch Newsletter - Issue No 30



The July NHS England In Touch Newsletter.
 
The newsletter includes latest news, how to get involved and upcoming events. Subscribe to receive offers of recruitment onto advisory groups, be the first to hear about patient representation opportunities and get involved in their work.
New health data security standards and consent/opt-out model

This consultation seeks views on the proposed data security standards and the consent/opt-outs model from health and care professionals and organisations and the public.

This follows the independent review of data security, consent and opt-outs by National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott. The review includes:

  • 10 new data security standards
  • a method of testing compliance with these standards
  • a new consent model for data sharing in health and social care

Who are NHS Sheffield CCG?


We are made up of 85 GP practices and are the organisation responsible for planning and buying many of the healthcare services for our local population of approximately 580,000 people.

We work with healthcare professionals, patients and the public, to deliver high quality, efficient and cost effective healthcare services for people across the whole of Sheffield.



 

What is Involve Me?


'Involve me' has been set up as a way of involving people who care about their local NHS and who would like to be kept up to date, or get involved and have their say, on commissioning decisions for the benefit of Sheffield people.

Thank you for your continued interest in NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and health and social care services across the City. We hope that you find this information interesting and would like to contribute to our work. We'd love to hear your thoughts about our newsletter.
Thank you once again for getting involved with healthcare services locally and don’t forget to pass the message on so we can reach as many people as possible!

Thanks,
Engagement team
NHS Sheffield CCG

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