Welcome to Healthwatch Southwark’s latest enewsletter

Hello Healthwatch Supporter!It’s all change for Healthwatch Southwark, find out about the changes…

Staff Updates
Now that Alvin has moved on to pastures new, we have undergone a recruitment process to select a new manager for Healthwatch Southwark.  We will announce who this is in due course, but in the meantime Sec-Chan our Development Officer will be acting up as the interim Healthwatch Manager from the end of August when she returns from her epic holiday.

Spotlight On: Social Care
We had a great turn out for our public forum event on 22nd July where we heard from Alexandra Laidler – Acting Director of Adult Social Care and looked at case studies of people using social care services to think about what could go wrong, what should happen and if there were any experiences people wanted to share. We have a report from the event that we would like to share with you, please find it here to download.

The summer weather has meant that there have been lots of great activities in and around the borough!  Did you see us at Southwark Eid Festival, Time and Talents Summer Party or at Silverlock TRA Community Fun Day?  Tell us about any events you are planning and follow us on twitter here to see what we are up to.

Very Best Wishes,

The Skeleton Healthwatch Southwark Team
Chip and Jo





Local News

Local news from across the community

Recruitment to Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Care Citizens’ Board
If you would like to apply to be on the Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Citizen’s Board, follow the link for more information and to make an application here

Council welcomes new Strategic Director of Children’s and Adults Services
Southwark Council is pleased to announce it has appointed David Quirke-Thornton as its new Strategic Director of Children’s and Adults Services. Mr Quirke-Thornton will join Southwark in the autumn from his previous role as Deputy Director, Children’s and Adult Services, at Medway Council. He has 20 years experience working in social care for local authorities including Medway and Hertfordshire County Council. Read more.

Information from Monitor for local Healthwatch: The pricing of NHS services
Monitor spoke with many of you at the Healthwatch conference about the pricing of NHS services. They are currently seeking views on our draft proposals for 2015/16.
Monitor are engaging with NHS providers and commissioners as their proposals cover the incremental changes made to the National Tariff each year and the documents are therefore quite technical. If you have more detailed knowledge of how the payment system works, read  Monitor’s engagement document and respond by 15 Aug. Read more.

New Three Cs web based app for Southwark: ‘MaxOut’
Three Cs have created web based app called MaxOut, linking you with Mental Health news and activites in Southwark.The new app includes: Information about Three Cs, retweets of news and activities from various organisations and Information how to get involved in the community through web links of other organisations in Southwark. Read more.

Peckham Dance lessons | Wed evenings
All welcome in the age bracket 16-25, though we are little flexible on the upper age limit. In the long term this will be aimed at more specific groups such as NEET etc but for now we want to get things off the ground and generate interest. It’s a community dance club with the opportunity to become a troupe and perform at some prestigious places. There will also be visits the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Ballet School and more. For more info contact Beth: 07980 454 236 bethevans@thechangefoundation.org.uk


Local Events

Community events and training near you

Healthy Cook & Eat Courses at Blackfriars Settlement | Starts Sept
This course is ideal for people who are looking to gain skills to help them live independently. At the sessions you will: Improve your knowledge of Health, Safety & Hygiene in the Kitchen, gain confidence whilst Cooking in a small group, improve your own Cooking Skills in a Safe & Supportive Environment. Read more.

Invitation to care.data Advisory Group Open Meeting | 6 Sept
Invitation to care.data Advisory Group Open Meeting – Saturday 6 September, 10.30am to 2pm, South Bank, London
Chair of the care.data Advisory Group, Ciarán Devane, invites you to participate in NHS England’s second public discussion session about the work they are developing to inform and assure the programme known as ‘care.data’.
The NHS in England are missing some information for the care provided outside of hospital. Read more.

NHS Southwark CCG first AGM | 11 Sept
NHS Southwark CCG is holding its first Annual General Meeting as a new Clinical Commissioning Group. Come and hear presentations about:
– Primary and Community Care development by Dr Sian Howell (CCG Governing Body member)
– The changing health profile in Southwark by Dr Ruth Wallis (Head of Public Health for Lambeth and Southwark). Register today.

Walk for mental health | 11 Oct
Join arts and mental health charity CoolTan Arts on a fun guided walk through London’s history, as they use creativity and humour to celebrate World Mental Health Day, challenge stigma and raise much needed funds. All money raised will enable CoolTan Arts to continue transforming the lives of people with mental distress, despite severe funding cuts. Book today.


National News

Keeping you up-to-date with national news


The UK’s mental health care is in crisis – the next government must act urgently
Mentally ill patients forced to travel hundreds of miles for treatment, forcible sectioning in order to get beds and medical students begging for greater teaching on psychiatry: we’re not getting it right. A report this week was grim reading for those involved in mental health care. The survey of GPs revealed that one in five had seen patients harmed as a result of “delays or a lack of support” from mental health services, while shortfalls had forced 82% of doctors to act “outside of their competence”. Read more.

Submit your entry for the Research Engagement Award
The Research Engagement Award is for Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) in recognition of the great work they do in promoting research in their GP surgery, dental practice, clinical commissioning group and other primary care settings. If you are a member of a PPG and have been involved in helping to spread the word about research N.A.PP want to hear from you. Read more.


The UK’s mental health care is in crisis
The UK’s mental health care is in crisis – the next government must act urgently
A report this week was grim reading for those involved in mental health care. The survey of GPs revealed that one in five had seen patients harmed as a result of “delays or a lack of support” from mental health services, while shortfalls had forced 82% of doctors to act “outside of their competence”. Read more.


Assistant Director Vacancy Healthwatch Haringey
Healthwatch Haringey are seeking an Assistant Director who is both an effective project manager with a successful track record of partnership working and has an understanding of health and social care policy issues.
We are searching for a candidate with a background in one or more of health, social care, community engagement and consumer representation. Apply today.





Recent NICE published guidance

NICE guidance and updates

Wide use of statins could cut deaths from heart disease
Up to 8,000 lives could be saved every three years by offering statins to anyone with a 10 per cent risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) within a decade, says NICE – Read more

NICE unveils safe staffing plans for nursing care in wards
NICE has published new guidance setting out ‘red flag events’ which warn when nurses in charge of shifts must act immediately to ensure they have enough staff to meet the needs of patients on that wardRead more

Realistic weight loss goals better than quick fixes
Losing even a small amount of weight can help to improve the health of people who are overweight or obese and lower their risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer, says NICE – Read more

You can find out more information on the NICE website:

National events

Latest events from across the country

Tackling Long Term Conditions | 29 Oct
At Tackling Long-Term Conditions: Coordinating Care, Transforming Services Open Forum Events expert speakers will explore how to drive improvements in care, coordinate services to achieve quality outcomes and help make life better for people with long term conditions.
A whole system approach is required to tackle the scale and prevalence of long-term conditions.  Register your interest.

Health Inequalities in London: Seeking joint solutions for better health outcomes | 29 Oct
LVSC’s seminar will address some of the key health inequality challenges facing London and look at opportunities and joint solutions to reduce them. Key themes will include housing; access to health and social care services; poverty & deprivation; employment and health and mental health and others. The event also aims to feed into the Mayor’s London Health Inequality Strategy. Register today.

General Optical Council Public consultation event | 26 Sept
We recently launched a consultation as part of our strategic review of standards for optometrists and dispensing opticians.
As well as inviting written responses, we want stakeholders to be able to discuss the key issues face-to-face with us and each other, so we are inviting you to our independently facilitated public discussion event in London on 26 Sept. Book today.

Six Day Sleep Counselor Training | Nov 2014
his training is for professionals working with children or young people with additional support needs, such as teachers, social workers, doctors, health visitors, CAMHS and Learning Disability CAMHS workers, psychologists and specialist nurses.
Participants will gain a comprehensive knowledge of sleep processes and understand the problems that children with a wide range of physical, learning & sensory disabilities may face.  Book today.

The Care Act in Practice Conference | 11 Nov
Govtoday and The College of Social Work are delighted to be hosting The Care Act in Practice. It will be held at the Mermaid Conference Centre, London. The Care Act in Practice is a crucial professional development event for senior social workers and social care leaders. Key speakers from across the social care landscape will give insight into how social workers and providers should adapt to fully implement the principles of the new legislation. Book today.

Event: Spotlight On Social Care

As promised, we are forwarding you information about our upcoming event:  Spotlight on Social Care

Date:  Tuesday 22nd July

Time:  4pm – 6.30pm

Location:  Cambridge House, 1 Addington Square, Camberwell, SE5 0HF

At the Event:

  • Hear from us at Healthwatch Southwark
  • Hear from Southwark Council Adult Social Care
  • Tell us your Journey through Social Care services – the challenges and your ideas
  • Share some food with us and network!

Flyer here: A5 Spotlight on Social Care flyer

Please help us by promoting the event through your networks, print copies of the flyer attached and feel free to forward this email to your contacts. 

If you would like any further information, please do get in touch or follow the link to book your place:  http://healthwatchsouthwark.co.uk.testing.effusion.dh.bytemark.co.uk/events/spotlight-on-social-care

Best Wishes,

Healthwatch Southwark

Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital patient engagement workshop

Date: 09 Apr 2014 – 17:00 to 19:00

Location: 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA

This workshop, hosted by Healthwatch Lambeth and Healthwatch Southwark, provides an opportunity to hear about the hospital’s plans to develop a Trust-wide approach to patient and public engagement. This is a chance to give your views on how the Trust can ensure a common approach to involving people across all of its services. The workshop will look in particular at:

– How patients and the public can be involved in shaping the Trust’s workforce through recruitment and training

– Reaching young people, carers, and seldom heard people including individuals from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, refugees and asylum seekers, and those with English as an additional language

– Maximising involvement in Trust membership

– The role patients, carers and the public can take in designing and assessing the Trust’s services.

Please book online or call them to confirm your attendance, tel: 020 7274 8522. Please let them know if you have any access requirements.

Via Matthew

Healthwatch Southwark enewsletter 26 Feb 2014

  Welcome to Healthwatch Southwark’s latest enewsletter
  Hello Supporter!1000 Lives – let’s talk about your health and wellbeing

As you know, Healthwatch Southwark has collecting health stories for the 1000 Lives piece of engagement work, read more here:

We have been busy working with a variety of organisations, do you want to get involved?
If you have a health story to tell about accessing your GP, a Mental Health Service, Sexual Health Service or if you no longer have a personal budget – we particularly want to hear from you!

Contact Chip: Chithmini@casouhtwark.org.uk / 020 7358 7256

Delayed roll out of Care.Data Programme

NHS England have agreed to delay the roll out. This follows on from local concerns raised through local Healthwatchs to Healthwatch England, with Healthwatch England writing a letter to Sir David Nicholson, Chief Exec of NHS England.

Read more in ‘Local news’ below.

Best wishes,
The Healthwatch Southwark team

Alvin, Sec-Chan, Chip & Jo

Representation Update


Alvin Kinch, Healthwatch Southwark Manager, has attended many meetings across health and social care with the latest representation report available now on our website here (click on ‘Representation’).

We are also pleased to say that David Cooper and Chipo Maendesa have taken up two of these roles. Watch out for their rep reports in the near future.

Board Recruitment update
We had a good response to our call for new Healthwatch Southwark Board members including the recruitment of Chair for Healthwatch. Look out for further news on our progress in the next few weeks!

Upcoming Meetings in Public

Local News

Local news from across the community

NHS England announces hiatus over fears patients are in the dark

Top clinical bodies have blasted the plans to share medical records (via their Care.Data Programme). NHS says it wants to improve ‘understanding’ of the scheme.
Controversial plans to share medical records will be delayed until later this year ‘to allow more time to build understanding of the benefits of using the information’, health officials have said.
Pressure has been mounting on NHS England, the body behind the scheme, after doctors leaders said patients need to know how their data will be used outside the NHS. Read more.

NHS Care.Data programme – Healthwatch’s response
You may have seen headlines BBC online  Daily Mirror last week stating that NHS England have agreed to delay the roll out of care.data until  the Autumn instead of April 2014. This follows on from local concerns raised through local Healthwatchs to Healthwatch England, with Healthwatch England writing a letter to Sir David Nicholson, Chief Exec of NHS England, and media pressure from us and other orgs over the last fortnight calling for the delay.

Thank you to all who raised your concerns about this programme with us. Without this evidence we/Healthwatch England wouldn’t have been able to exercise our statutory powers and force the NHS to listen to what patients and the public had to say.

From April 2014, NHS England were due to roll out their data collection programme called care.data. It aimed to compile a central anonymised database by taking records from GP Practices and linking them with hospital records. Currently, information has been available from hospitals, but not what happens in GP surgeries. By collecting and linking this information, it would help to assess disease, examine new drugs  and other performance monitoring areas.

Improving health services in Dulwich and the surrounding areas – update!
In September last year we agreed plans for a new health centre in the south of the borough, serving Dulwich and the surrounding areas, and our preferred location is the Dulwich Hospital site. The health centre will be a base for the provision of a wide range of health services in the community, especially for people with long term conditions. To be added to the stakeholder database contact SOUCCG.southwark-ccg@nhs.net. Read more.

Pharmacy notification
Relocation of Pharmacy  DP and SP Ltd (Mr PH Patel) from 309 East Street to 303 East Street, London, SE 17 2SZ. There will be no significant change in services. To make any comments or to find further information click here (and scroll down to Pharmacy news).

South East London Bowel Cancer Screening Centre
The Bowel Cancer Screening Programme offers screening every two years to all men and women aged 60 to 69 (soon to be extended to cover 60 – 74 year olds). People in the invitation age range are automatically sent a screening kit through the post as long as they are registered with a GP.
Call 0203 299 7601 for more information.

The Bowel Cancer Screening team at Kings College Hospital will be hosting a number of Health Promotion sessions in the Golden Jubilee Wing at Kings College Hospital on 1st, 8th, 22nd and 28th April from 0900-1200. Please come along.

Finally, if anyone would like to arrange for us to come and have a chat or hold a short discussion, please contact us. Find out more

New exhibition – Rainbow Through the Lens | 25 Feb – 7 March
For LGBT History Month 2014, HERON’s South East London Photography group (SELPh) has collaborated with Four in Ten for this new exhibition a photographic exhibition by members of Four in Ten, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Peer Support Group of South London and Maudsley NHS (SLaM) takes place at the Morley Gallery at Morley College.
This exhibition brings together a collection of images taken over the summer of 2013 around themes of identity, wellbeing, light and places of tranquillity. Find out more.

Walk leaders and researchers needed for new walks project in Southwark
CoolWalks is a wellbeing public walks project in association with Southwark Libraries and CoolTan Arts running from February until June 2014. The libraries involved are: Camberwell, Blue Anchor, Brandon, Grove Vale and Newington.
We are looking for volunteers to research the walks, plan the routes, contribute to our blog and train as walk leaders. If you are interested in researching local history, photography, blogging or graphic design please get in touch. CoolTan Arts offer free walk leader training to all participants. Find out more.

WPF Therapy are currently taking referrals for this new wellbeing group
The group is for Southwark and will be run at WPF Therapy (London Bridge) on Monday mornings. We hope to start this exciting pilot project at the end of February. The groups (closed groups) will run for 10 weeks and will consist of themed sessions. WPF Therapy will be running three groups and are currently taking referrals for the first group. We accept referrals from agencies / professionals and also self-referrals. Read more.

Local Events

Community events and training near you

Blackfriar’ Settlements’ Feb Job Skills and Career Month
Following on from the success of the UK Online healthy living days, Blackfriars are holding an ongoing February Job Skills and Career month. These sessions are available to anybody. It’s a great opportunity to meet people, see what’s out there and get some expert advice. Find out more

SCYSS Parents/Carers Forum | Sat 28 Feb
Join us to socialize, share our experiences and explore how hospitals can improve access to scanning services.
Read more and register.

Blackfriars  Settlement events | Mon 3 March
Personaliasation – general information day
It is open to everyone to attend. It will be an event for organisations to inform everyone about what they do with regards to Personalisation as well as a general day of fun and refreshments. Attached is the flyer with all the information for the event.

Access Network event | Thurs 6 March
This is at 1:30-2:30 at the resource centre SDA, 10 Bradenham Close, SE17 2QB. Focus: Sports Inclusion.
Details: – vision to provide a place where people with seen and unseen disabilies can find out about accessible venues, products and services, provide a forum for people to air their views on access and find solutions to problems whether that be an issue with transport, housing, public services or just attitudes. Read more.

Free Money Advice
Tuesday 9am – 1pm, at Southwark Resource Centre with Leonard Cheshire. Money advice including setting up your own business -0845 671 7173 mobile 07951 530 032 Find out more: www.lcdisability.org/southwarkadvice

Mental Health Act event for service users and carers | Tues 11 March

South London and Maudsley and NHS Foundation Trust are running this event. The event will: jargon bust the MHA, Untangle the maze of confidentiality, grasp the nearest relative role, understand the sectioning process, learn how to secure patient rights.
To book contact Bob Lepper on 020 32282588 or email Robert.lepper@slam.nhs.uk. Read more

Southwark Pensioners Forum – Date of next meeting | Thurs 20 March
This event will run from 1.30 PM TO 3.30 PM (PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF TIME!!). A sandwich lunch will be provided.
Getting the best from your medicines
Catherine Nestor, Interim Communications Manager at NHS London Commissioning Support Unit, will talk together with a Community Pharmacist on how to ‘Get the best from your medicines’. This is to be held at InSpire at the Crypt, Liverpool Grove, St Peter’s Church.
Come along and find out how to make your medicines work for you!. Read more.

Want to be involved in your GP practice & Clinical Commissioning Group work?
NHS Southwark CCG will be running a series of training sessions over the coming weeks for local people who are or want to be involved in the work of their GP practice and the CCG:
Skills for successful meetings | 26 March
To help patients enhance their skills and confidence about participating in groups and meetings we are running this session (same session on two different dates). If you are involved with your local practice (or want to be) this session can help you to develop skills to have productive meetings. Read more.

Free Self-advocacy skills training CoolTan Arts | March 2014

  • 4 March Why train in Self Advocacy? What are the Benefits? 11-1pm
  • 5 March World Read Aloud Day 2-4pm
  • 6 March International Women’s Day 1-6pm
  • 11 March How to Develop your Self Esteem 11-1pm
  • 18 March Panic Attacks by Karen Unrue 11-1pm
  • 20 March Guest Speaker (watch this space!) 2-4pm
  • 25 March Managing your Anxiety Part 1; 11-1pm
  • 27 March Housing benefits, under-occupancy rules & mental health with Sally Causer, Citizens Advice Bureau – 2-4pm.

Find out more

  National News

Keeping you up-to-date with national news

Invite Supporting family carers of people with dementia – DAA The Carers’ Call to Action
Please sign up and support the Dementia Action Alliance – The Carers’ Call to Action. DAA have 5 aims in ‘our shared vision’ to support the needs and rights for family carers. DAA will be supporting everybody, working in partnership across all organisational boundaries, to ask the right questions, explore examples of good practice and find solutions to address the needs and rights for family carers of people with dementia.
The Older People Partnership Board, which Healthwatch attends, is hoping to set up a local dementia alliance initiative, If  interested contact info@healthwatchsouthwark.co.uk.

Sign up today.

NHS England London Region invite to help shape commissioning – Opportunities to be involved
NHS England London Region is pleased to invite you to be a part of shaping the way we commission our directly commissioned health services. We have opportunities to participate in the following activities. Procurement Project Team Members for Redbridge & Tower Hamlets, a reading Group, a procurement Project Team. Read more

Recent NICE published guidance

NICE guidance and updates

NICE recommends NHS funding for new cancer treatment – read more

Keeping communities healthy through NHS Health Checks – read more

NICE delivers “wake-up call” to NHS on domestic violence –
read more

You can find out more information on the NICE website:

National events

Latest events from across the country

This Mental Health and Faith Communities
and launch of the Friendly Places Pledge
| 4 March NCVO

We believe there is a significant and positive role for faith communities to play in the support of those with mental health problems, both within their own congregations and in the wider community. We invite you to join us to explore mental health in the context of faith communities; Raise awareness of how faith communities can respond to mental health issues; Launch the Friendly Places Pledge; and Highlight existing good practice. Book today.

Train the Trainer: Breast Health Promotion course | Wed 5 & Thurs 6 March
This accredited course is ideal for anyone promoting health and wellbeing messages in the community. It’s designed to give trainees the confidence and skills to cascade the breast awareness message. It includes how to be breast aware, the breast screening programme and breast cancer risk factors as well as how to help overcome barriers to accessing health service. Read more.

Medicine and Me: Living with diabetic eye disease | Fri 21 March
‘Medicine and Me’ meetings aim to provide a forum in which patients’ concerns about their illness are given top priority. The meetings provide an opportunity for patients and their families to share their experiences, to hear about the latest research and to question the experts. These meetings bring together patients, their families, carers, advocates, patient support groups, clinicians and researchers to discuss care and research issues.
Book today.

Register today for your ticket to attend the NICE Annual Conference | 13-14 May
The NICE annual conference is being held from the 13-14 May in the ICC in Birmingham. There is an early bird price offer if you book your place before the 14 March. Book today.

Mental Health Training – this week Thursday

Hello there

Healthwatch Southwark has got five free (no cost)n spaces for Mental Health Awareness Training that is happening this Thursday 27th February from 9.30am- 2pm. As one of our priorities is around Mental Health we thought it useful to know about the basics around the subject. More details are attached.

Mental Health Awareness course Feb 2014

Sorry for the short notice but if you are interested please get in contact with either me, Chip or Sec-Chan- 020 7358 7005. This is joint training with members of Healthwatch Lambeth delivered by service users and South London and Maudsley staff.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes,


Alvin Kinch | Healthwatch Southwark Manager | Healthwatch Southwark | 1 Addington Square, Camberwell, London, SE5 0HF | d: 020 7358 7005 | t: 020 7358 7020 | f: 0845 305 2160 | www.healthwatchsouthwark.co.uk

Like discussing issues and finding solutions? Join our Small Groups Network–  25th Feb

‘1000 lives’ – Tell us your story to improve health services, Healthwatch Southwark is listening!

More groups have shared their work for the Value the VCS campaign, view the film clips here. value@casouthwark.org.uk  @valuethevcs

Healthwatch Southwark: 1000 lives, People with Long Term Conditions and Recruiting Lay Member & Chair

A reminder… 

  1. 1000 lives engagement – 25th February 2014, 11am-5pm.
  2. SLIC Workshop for Long Term Conditions – 27th February 2014, 11-2.30pm
  3. Calling for Lay Member and Chair to be part of the Healthwatch Board – deadline 21st Feb at 5pm


  1. 1.   Let’s talk about…your health and wellbeing – Event 25th Feb 

We want to hear your voice – please tell us your health story.

Southwark’s Health and Wellbeing Board wants to talk to 1,000 Southwark residents about their health and wellbeing, using a storytelling approach to inform the next Health and Wellbeing Strategy – we are calling this “1,000 Lives”.

Lets talk leaflet 25 Feb

BY telling us your experience, you will help us to understand what you need to stay well, recover from an illness or deal with a long-term condition. Lunch and refreshsments rpvoided to say thank you for telling us your story. Leaflet attached

Time: Tuesday 25th Feb 11am – 5pm. Lunch 12-2pm

Venue: Inspire, The Crypt at St. Peter’s Liverpool Grove, SE17 2HH

Who: Anyonewho lives or work in Southwark and wants to have a say on health and wellbeing

Email healthstory@southwark.gov.uk or call Layla Davidson 020 7525 4285

  1. 2.   Calling people with Long Term Conditions – Workshop – 27th Feb

Do you have:

  • diabetes, HIV, mental ill-health, asthma, chronic heart or kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cardio-vascular disease, epilepsy, and so on?

Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Care are holding a workshop to help develop services for people with long term conditions. Long term conditions include the conditions above.  

At this workshop, we are keen for people to come along who are living with a long term condition, or multiple long term conditions. We also want to include people who have experience of caring for someone with a long term condition, or who work in the voluntary or community sector with people with long term conditions.

The workshop is on Thursday 27 February from 11.00am – 2.30pm and is at the Maudsley Learning Centre, ORTUS learning and events centre, 82 – 96 Grove Lane, London SE5 8SN. Attached a link to the venue http://www.maudsleylearning.com/ortus-location/

A light lunch will be provided.  Spaces are limited, so if you are interested in attending, please book your place by contacting Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Care by phoning on 020 7525 0385 or email at info@slicare.org

  1. 3.   Calling for Lay Member and Chair for Healthwatch Southwark Board – deadline 21st Feb at 5pm

Healthwatch Southwark is recruiting a Lay Member and Chair to join the Healthwatch Board. Both roles will play a part to champion the Southwark patient and public voice to influence the delivery and design of local care services for Southwark residents. If you are interested, please send an email to info@healthwatchsouthwark.co.uk where we will send out an brief job description and person specification. Deadline for closing applications: 21st Feb 5pm

Have a lovely weekend,

Alvin, Sec-Chan and Chip

Healthwatch Southwark Team