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Have your say - engagement opportunities

CAMHS Patient Experience

Inspire others by sharing your empowering stories.

Sharing your Mental Health stories can help raise awareness of and drive positive change for everyone.

Would you like to inspire others by sharing your empowering stories with the CAMHS Patient Experience so we can share these with our services and partners across North Wales to implement change.

Final Engagement Phase of Wales Air Ambulance Service Takes Place in February

The third and final engagement phase of the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service (EMRTS) Review, about how to further improve the air ambulance service in Wales, takes place between 01 and 29 February 2024.

The engagement gives the public and stakeholders to have their say on the shortlisted options to further improve Wales’ air ambulance service.

The service is provided in partnership between the Wales Air Ambulance Charity and NHS Wales’ EMRTS of NHS Wales. 

More information and supporting documents can be found by visiting the EASC website 

Strategic Equality Plan Engagement Opportunity

This plan demonstrates our continuous commitment to promote and deliver equality, diversity and human rights in all that we do. The Health Board is committed to equality in access to healthcare and equality of outcome for our service users, and as an employer, to create a fairer and more diverse workplace, where diversity is welcomed and people are valued. The Equality Objectives have been co-produced with community organisations, staff, patients, carers and stakeholders.  The Health Board would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to provide their views, ideas and feedback.

We are now asking you to look at the plan and provide any further comments or questions to us by Friday 16th February by email:

Strategic Equality Plan

Posture and Mobility Service

The Posture and Mobility service is reviewing and evaluating the clinical environment and facilities provided and you are being invited to take part in this work. Before you take part, it is important that we help you to understand the purpose and nature of the service evaluation and what your participation will involve, if you take part. 

The survey will be open for 6 months, the deadline for completing the questionnaire is 14 June 2024. 

Understanding your views on and experience of planned orthopaedic surgery (hip and knee replacement)

We are keen to understand the views of people receiving care in North Wales, specifically on planned orthopaedic surgery, also known as elective care.

When we talk about orthopaedic surgery, we are most often referring to hip and knee replacement.

We are keen to hear the views of people with experience of being diagnosed, waiting for care and/or having had joint replacement surgery within the last 18 months in North Wales, and we will be running a short series of small discussion groups early in the New Year to explore experiences. 

More information can be found here.

Digital Strategy, Patient/Public Survey

We are currently reviewing our Digital Strategy ; this is our plan to deliver what is important for patients, staff and for BCUHB in relation to how we use technology to improve services and the way we work.

We want you to be able to relate to the strategy and to know what you should experience from BCUHB in terms of digital services in the future. 

Complete the survey here                                         

Solihull Approach courses survey

Based on the success of Solihull Approach courses, and in order to further increase awareness of the Solihull Approach courses, we would appreciate your feedback. Collecting your comments will help us demonstrate the value of the courses as we continue to support families across North Wales. The form within the link below should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and will be anonymous.

Link to survey: Solihull Approach online courses