NHS Citizen Assembly
NHS Citizen has been at the drawing board stage for over a year, and it is now time to get people together to see how an NHS Citizen Assembly Meeting will work in practice.
NHS Citizen (http://www.nhscitizen.org.uk/) allows members of the public to put forward their thoughts, concerns and vision for the future of the NHS. These ideas will then be discussed at the NHS Citizen Assembly Meeting, where Members of the Board of NHS England, NHS senior managers and members of the public will work together to shape the future of the NHS.
The day will contain lots of opportunities for patients, carers and members of the public to debate, deliberate and work together to explore solutions to issues important to health and well-being in England.
Further information on how to register for a place is here: http://www.events.england.nhs.uk/all/153
Please note places are limited - to ensure they have voices from different age groups and areas of England organisers reserve the right to allocate places accordingly.
Should you require any help with registering please phone either 0113 8248486 or 0113 825 1338.
Due to an exceptionally high demand for places at the NHS Citizen Assembly, registration for this event has now closed.
However, places are still available for the NHS England AGM please click here to register.
You are also able to participate on online and through social media - for further information on how you can do this and to find out more about future NHS Citizen events please visit www.nhscitizen.org.uk.
Thank you for your interest - organisers hope that you will join the event virtually and make your views known.