You Said, We Did: Other
The report was compiled following the Great Healthy Living Event, which took place on Tuesday 16th February 2016. Healthwatch hosted the event to give local people a say on the Clinical Commissioning Group’s plans for 2016/2017.
The report is a representation of service users who responded to the survey monkey questions and who took part on the day.
What people told us
- Majority of the participants felt that health professionals working closer together to coordinate care for people, was the most important service to them.
- Participants felt that making it easier to get urgent treatment when people need it was also important.
- Although on the survey the least number of people identified mental health services as the most important service to them, we must take into account the comments and views made on the day highlighted the need for steps to be taken to improve mental health services.
Outcome and conclusion
Overall the event was well received by the public. The feedback will contribute to inform the commissioning priorities. In conclusion the main areas that would contribute to improve services are listed below:
- Professionals and services working together on linking mental and physical health.
- A better model of urgent care.
- Better advertisement of the GP Hub.
- More focus on young people’s health for the duration of exams for example what foods can give you energy and what can help you sleep better.
- The use of interactive methods health education to improve lifestyles.
This piece of research was undertaken to try and understand the reasons behind the seemingly low awareness and use of St Francis Hospice by Barking and Dagenham residents.
We carried a survey of what happens when local organisations; serving local people; handle complaints about their services from the public.
The findings from this report will feed into a wider project; to be undertaken by the Public Health Team on behalf of Barking and Dagenham Health and Wellbeing Board.
This report has been compiled following a public event on Wednesday 21st January 2015. Healthwatch hosted the event to give local people a say on the Council’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy and the Clinical Commissioning Group’s plans for 15/16.
This report outlines the view of respondents who answered a series of 10 questions posed by Healthwatch Barking and Dagenham on behalf of the Safeguarding Adult Board (SAB). This survey contributes to the public consultation undertaken by the SAB as part of drafting the Adult Safeguarding Strategy for the London borough of Barking and Dagenham.
Between April and July 2014, Healthwatch Barking and Dagenham visited a number of events and open days and engaged with the community. We asked adults about their experience and knowledge of protecting vulnerable adults.