Treatment Backlog Case Studies
A call for evidence
The Coalition’s Treatment Backlog Task Group is looking for case studies drawn from a wide range of places and communities across the country, both urban and rural, affluent and disadvantaged.
We are interested in:
- Case studies that demonstrate creative, innovative and successful engagement with those awaiting treatment.
- Case studies where challenges to good health and wellbeing, independent living, longevity or quality of life continue to exist, and have been exacerbated by the pandemic.
We are looking, in particular, for case studies that link progress in this context with the aims to:
- Give people greater agency and control over those things that affect their quality of life.
- Ensure a healthy standard of living for all.
- Create and develop healthy and sustainable places and communities.
- Strengthen the role and impact of community based ill health prevention
- Create and develop accessible, inclusive and responsive locally-based services for particular groups or to diverse communities of need.
- Give every child the best start in life.
- Enable all children, young people and adults to maximise their capabilities.
Case studies can be submitted by both organisations and individuals, using the form below.
As an alternative, the Task Group will undertake a number of direct interviews, which would seek to draw out comparable information. Please let us know if you are willing, or know anyone who would be willing, to assist us in this way, so that we can make contact with them to follow this up. Similarly, signposting us to work done by others that is likely to be of interest to the Task Group in this context, would also be helpful. Please get in touch with Rachel Tait who will be able to support.