A report launched today shares fascinating insight into what good personalised care and support looks like for people in ethnically diverse communities. The report, published by Think Local Act Personal, showcases the practices and experiences of fourteen organisations across England.
Working with British Red Cross, Healthwatch published this report which drew on the experiences of nearly 600 people who left hospital during the pandemic. The feedback has been shared with the Government to help them understand how the hospital ‘discharge to assess’ model worked in reality.
Do you have case studies relating to vaccine take-up among communities where people are experiencing multiple disadvantages? We're keen to hear from organisations or individuals working to increase vaccine take-up in these communities.
During the pandemic, National Voices and The Centre for Mental Health spoke with people living with long-term conditions, their family members and the healthcare professionals who work with them, to understand the relationships between having a long-term illness and people’s emotional and mental wellbeing.
People living with long-term physical illnesses need more help and understanding from health professionals to support their mental health, according to a report published today by Centre for Mental Health and our partner, National Voices.
Conducted between April and May, this research, from Co-Produce Care explores the continued issue around vaccine hesitancy and makes recommendations about how to address it.
VacciNation: Exploring vaccine confidence with people from African, Bangladeshi, Caribbean and Pakistani backgrounds living in England.
In this report, Healthwatch shares the views and experiences from 15,000 people across England about the Covid-19 vaccine and the roll out.