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Current Engagement & consultations.

Have your say on a new holistic, healthy lifestyle service for children and young people

NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) would like your help to inform the creation of a new holistic, healthy lifestyle service for children and young people who are significantly above a healthy weight without having other health issues. This service will provide support for those in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County (not including Bassetlaw).

We would like to hear from children and young people up to the age of 18, their parents and carers and frontline professionals with experience of weight management services.

The information will also be used by the hospital (Nottingham University Hospitals) as they prepare to become a regional hub for children for the treatment of complications related to excess weight (CREW).

What is currently available?

Services are available through the local authorities for children and young people who require mild to moderate weight management support. Children who are significantly above a healthy weight with other related health issues are seen by the relevant service in the hospital department relating to their other healthcare issues e.g. diabetes.

This means there is a gap in services to support children and young people who are significantly above a healthy weight without other healthcare issues. The CCG is looking to fill this gap by developing a service for children and young people needing support at this stage.

How can you get involved?

If you are a child or young person (up to the age of 18)

There are three ways that you can get involved:

  • Participate in a quick survey by Friday 13 August, 2021 by clicking here.
  • Engage in mini a interview (ask your weight management service or contact nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07818580719 before Friday 13th August 2021)
  • Telephone interviews are also available. Email nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07818580719 before Friday 13 August 2021 for more information.

If you are a parent or a carer

There are a few ways you can get involved:

  • Participate in a quick survey by Friday 13 August, 2021 by clicking here.
  • Register your interest to participate in a focus group:
  • Monday 12 July, 6pm to 7pm. Register here
  • Tuesday 13 July, 1pm to 2pm. Register here
  • Saturday 24 July, 10am to 11am. Register here
  • Tuesday 27 July, 6pm to 7pm. Register here
  • Wednesday 28 July, 1pm to 2pm. Register here
  • Telephone interviews are also available. Email nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07818580719 before Friday 13 August 2021 for more information.

If you are a professional

We are also interested in hearing from colleagues who have experience of supporting children and young people with weight management such as GPs, weight management services staff and community paediatricians.

There are a few ways for professionals to get involved:

  • Participate in a quick survey by Friday 13 August, 2021 by clicking here.
  • Register to participate in a virtual focus group taking place on Tuesday 20 July, 1pm to 2pm by emailing nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07818580719.

Community Groups

We are also keen to talk to any groups for parents and carers and children and young people who are interested in sharing their views and would like to hear more about the work that we are doing. If you are currently meeting either virtually or in a community setting then please do contact the Engagement Team via nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07818580719 in order that we can arrange to attend. 

*All engagement will end on Friday 13 August, 2021.

A copy of the final report based on insights from engagement will be published on this website.

If you need any more information, please get in touch with the Engagement Team and to request this information in another language or format please contact the Engagement Team at: nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07818580719. If texting or leaving a message please provide your contact details and a member of the team will get back to you. 

Urdu

ن معلومات کو کسی اور زبان یا فارمیٹ میں حاصل کرنے کے لیے ہماری ٹیم سے مندرجہ ذیل طریقوں سے رابطہ کریں

ای میل nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net

فون یا  ٹیکسٹ 07818580719

برائے مہربانی ٹیکسٹ یا پیغام چھوڑتے وقت اپنی تفصیلات سے آگاہ کریں تاکہ ٹیم کا رکن آپ سے رابطہ کر سکے۔

Arabic

لطلب هذه المعلومة بلغة أخرى أو شكل آخر الرجاء التواصل مع فريق التواصلEngagement Team  على nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net او اتصلوا أو ارسلوا رسالة نصية على 07818580719. اذا ارسلتم رسالة نصية أو تركتم رسالة أرجو ترك بياناتكم المفصلة وسيقوم عضو من الفريق بالرجوع اليكم.

Czech
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Latvian
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Lithuanian
Jei norėtumėte gauti šią informaciją kita kalba ar formatu, susisiekite su Kontaktine grupe (Engagement Team): nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net arba skambinkite ar siųskite tekstu, telefono numeriu: 07818580719. Jei siųsite tekstu ar paliksite žinutę, nurodykite savo kontaktinius duomenis ir šios grupės atstovas su jumis susisieks.

Polish
Aby uzyskać tę informację w innym języku lub formacie, proszę skontaktować się z Zespołem ds. Zlecenia (Engagement Team) pod: nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net lub zadzwonić, czy wysłać SMS pod numer 07818580719. Jeżeli wysyłają Państwo wiadomość tekstową lub zostawiają wiadomość, proszę podać swoje dane kontaktowe, aby członek naszego zespołu mógł do Państwa oddzwonić.

Punjabi
ਇਸ ਜਾਣਕਾਰੀ ਦੀ ਕਿਸੇ ਹੋਰ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ ਜਾਂ ਫਾਰਮੇਟ ਵਿੱਚ ਬੇਨਤੀ ਕਰਨ ਲਈ ਕਿਰਪਾ ਕਰਕੇ ਇੰਗੇਜਮੈਂਟ ਟੀਮ ਨਾਲ  nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net ਤੇ ਸੰਪਰਕ ਕਰੋ ਜਾਂ 07818580719 ਤੇ ਫ਼ੋਨ ਜਾਂ ਟੈਕਸਟ ਕਰੋ। ਜੇ ਟੈਕਸਟ ਕਰ ਰਹੇ ਹੋ ਜਾਂ ਸੁਨੇਹਾ ਛੱਡ ਰਹੇ ਹੋ ਤਾਂ ਕਿਰਪਾ ਕਰਕੇ ਆਪਣੇ ਸੰਪਰਕ ਵੇਰਵੇ ਮੁਹੱਈਆ ਕਰੋ ਅਤੇ ਟੀਮ ਦਾ ਇੱਕ ਮੈਂਬਰ ਤੁਹਾਡੇ ਨਾਲ ਮੁੜ ਸੰਪਰਕ ਕਰੇਗਾ।

Romanian
Dacă doriți să cereți această informație în altă limbă sau într-un alt format, vă rugăm contactați Echipa de Angajament (Engagement Team) la: nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net sau sunați sau trimiteți mesaj la numărul 07818580719. Dacă trimiteți mesaj sau lăsați un mesaj, vă rugăm să furnizați detaliile d-voastră de contact și un membru al echipei vă va contacta înapoi.

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's Dementia Pathway

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG / ICS are working with patients, carers, health and care professionals and wider stakeholders to review the Dementia pathway. The aim of this review is to help shape the future service provision for the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Dementia Well Pathway.

To support this review a period of engagement is taking place between 17 May 2021 (Dementia Awareness Week) and the 16 July 2021 to understand the experiences of all those affected by Dementia.

We are asking you to participate in an online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/66YWD5S

This survey is open to patients, carers, members of the public, health and social care colleagues, charities, communities and networks. The survey is quick and easy to complete and will take no more than 10 minutes of your time. If for whatever reason, you cannot complete this survey or would like to take part in a phone interview instead, kindly contact Katie Swinburn at katie.swinburn@nhs.net to arrange a mutually convenient time and date to take part.

We will also be arranging for some virtual focus groups to take place in the very near future. If this is something that you would be interested in participating in then please contact Katie Swinburn on the above email address who will register your interest and keep you up to date.

We are also keen to talk to any groups who are interested and would like to hear more about the work that we are doing. If you are currently meeting either virtually or in a community setting then please do contact Katie Swinburn in order that we can arrange to attend.

If you need any further information or details then please do not hesitate to contact us.

Reshaping Health Services in Nottinghamshire
Reshaping Health Services in Nottinghamshire.

Aim: Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is launching a two-month phase of public engagement on proposals to transform hospital services in Nottingham.
These proposals are part of what we are calling the Reshaping Health Services in Nottinghamshire Programme (RHSN). This plan aims to secure Government funding to invest in our local hospital services so that they are better set up to meet people’s needs and improve people’s health and wellbeing.
The part of our plan that we are talking to the public about is called Tomorrow’s NUH (TNUH), focused in services provided by Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) NHS Trust. This involves all the health and care organisations in our area working together to create hospital services that meet the needs of local people now and in the future.
We will be launching a public survey and holding a programme of virtual public events to enable people to have their say. We will share details of opportunities to get involved here on our website.

Access further information here.
Have your Say on NHS Psychological Therapies in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
Have your Say on NHS Psychological Therapies in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group want to ensure that everyone over the age of 18 who experiences low mood, anxiousness or stress is able to access appropriate, effective support should they need it, without having to go to their GP first. We are therefore looking for patients and the public to share their thoughts and experiences of accessing NHS psychological therapies, also known as talking therapies or IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapy) services, in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. This will help us to understand how to increase awareness of these free NHS services and any issues that people may experience in accessing them.

We are asking patients, members of the public, carers to take part in a quick and easy survey. The survey will take no more than 10 minutes of your time. You can access a copy of the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/G2V79HV. The survey will run from Tuesday 24 November 2020 and will close at midnight on the 8 December 2020.

If for whatever reason, you cannot complete this survey or would like to take part in a phone interview instead, kindly contact Katie Swinburn at Katie.swinburn@nhs.net to arrange a mutually convenient time and date to take part.

We will also be arranging for some virtual focus groups to take place in the very near future. If this is something that you would be interested in participating in then please contact Katie Swinburn on the above email address who will register your interest and keep you up to date.

Help Us Help You – Mental Health is a two-month campaign aiming at increasing awareness of NHS talking therapies services (IAPT). It will encourage adults with mental health issues to seek help and consider accessing NHS talking therapy via their GP or through self-referral. It will have a specific focus on BAME groups and people struggling with unemployment. We have various materials available that we can provide you with to support this campaign. Please do let me know and I am of course happy to send these to you. An example is attached which you may find useful here.

Please feel free to cascade this information to your communities and networks.

Have your Say; Patients of Queens Bower Surgery, Nottingham.
Have your Say; Patients of Queens Bower Surgery, Nottingham.

  1. Why has Rise Park Surgery taken over the running of Queens Bower Surgery temporarily 

The GP operating from Queens Bower Surgery notified NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) that he would no longer provide General Practice (GP) services at the surgery from 4 December 2020.   

The CCG is the organisation responsible for planning and paying for healthcare in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.  The CCG had a responsibility to make sure GP services continued to be available to those patients registered at Queens Bower Surgery.  This led to the CCG putting in place arrangements for Rise Park Surgery to run the surgery temporarily.   

All registered patients were sent a letter explaining the changes in December 2020.  Information was also provided about how to register at an alternative practice if this was the patients’ choice.   

  1. Current arrangements are temporary so what happens next?  

With temporary arrangements in place to 30 September 2021, the CCG is now looking at how services can be provided over the longer term.  There are many things the CCG has to take into consideration, one of which is to have a clear understanding of the impact any change to the way services are provided would have on those patients currently registered with Queens Bower Surgery.   

So far, a number of options have been put forward as follows; 

  • to move patients to another GP surgery in the area   
  • to identify a new provider to deliver services to the patients of this practice from the current building located at 201 Queens Bower Road, Bestwood Park, Nottingham. 
  • to identify a new provider to deliver services to the registered patients of this practice from a different building.  

It is important to note that no decisions have yet been made.   

  1.  Understanding the impact on patients 

The CCG would like to understand the impact the options described above would have on patients prior to making any decisions on the way forward.  To help with this we would like to hear from patients registered with Queens Bower Surgery.  During the coronavirus pandemic our conversations with you will be held in a way that is Covid-safe either through completing a survey or attending an online discussion forum.  

  1.  Have your say 

We would like to hear from as many patients who are registered at Queens Bower Surgery as possible.  Information about how you can have your say is included below; 

If you are unable to complete our survey or attend an online discussion forum but would like to share your views, please call or text 07802 655511. 

  1. What happens after with the information gathered from patients? 

The opportunity for registered patients of Queens Bower Surgery to have their say will be available from 15 March to 5 May 2021.  After this time, all the information gathered will be reviewed and will be included in a report that will be published on the CCG’s website.  The information in the report will be used to inform the options considered by the CCG and it will help the CCG decide how to provide services for patients registered with Queens Bower Surgery moving forward. 

To request this information in another language or format please contact the Engagement Team at: nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07385 360071. If texting or leaving a message please provide your contact details and a member of the team will get back to you. 

Previous Engagement & consultations.

Consultation on an NHS Rehabilitation Centre – part of the vision for a National Rehabilitation Centre in the East Midlands.
Consultation on an NHS Rehabilitation Centre – part of the vision for a National Rehabilitation Centre in the East Midlands.

Aim: Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG has launched an eight-week consultation on the opportunity presented to open an NHS Rehabilitation Centre in the East Midlands.
Currently, specialist rehabilitation services are delivered from hospitals across the region, with neurological rehabilitation provided at Linden Lodge at the City Hospital in Nottingham.
Central Government has provided £70m to build an NHS Rehabilitation Centre (NHSRC) for NHS inpatients on the same site as the Defence and Medical Rehabilitation Centre.
A new centre will increase bed capacity in the region and provide NHS patients with access to a skilled team of experts working in a purpose-built facility with access to the latest technology and equipment – all under one roof.
Patients would continue to access outpatient appointments and rehabilitation services in local hospitals throughout the East Midlands.

Timeline: The consultation ran from 27 July to 18 September 2020.

Access further information here.
Experiences and views on the Children and Young People's Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Early Intervention and Prevention Pathway
Experiences and views on the Children and Young People's Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Early Intervention and Prevention Pathway

Aim: The CCG commissions services to provide early support and intervention for mental health and emotional wellbeing to children and young people. Commissioners are now looking to understand the views of the community and improve this pathway. We would like to gain the views of young people, parents, carers and professionals to understand experiences and report on what support has been like at the early intervention stage.

Timeline: This online survey is now closed.

Access further information here.
Listening and Learning about your experiences of changes to healthcare services in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire during the pandemic.
Listening and Learning about your experiences of changes to healthcare services in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire during the pandemic.

Aim: The CCG is seeking the views of patients and the wider public to understand what they think about changes to the way health care services have been delivered during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Some of these changes were already planned as part of our Long Term Plan and others were made during to ensure patient and public safety. The CCG wants to learn from the pandemic, take on board the views of patients and make sure that they continue to provide an excellent level of care.

Timeline: This survey is now closed. To access the outcome, please click here.

Access further information here.
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