The Brighton and Hove “Big Health and Care Conversation” will be taking place over the rest of 2017 and will provide a number of opportunities for patients and the public to tell us what matters to them in health and social care.
Throughout the rest of 2017, we will be going out and about across the city, talking to as many different people as possible about what matters most to them in health and social care. We will be talking about the areas we want to improve, why we want to improve them and how you can help to ensure Brighton and Hove has the best possible services for local people in the future.
We will be holding engagement events, we will be going out to speak with different communities, and we will be running a series of regular “roadshows” across the city to get the views of as many people as possible. We will also be running a social media campaign and holding the “Big Health and Care Survey” that aims to gather ideas and feedback from people who we have not been able to speak with face-to-face.
The Big Health and Care Conversation builds on previous feedback we have had from our patients, carers and the public, and will ensure that people’s views and experiences are heard, acted on and help shape the way health and care is planned and delivered now and in years to come.
Our local plans for health and care are part of the wider Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP), and this will also be an opportunity to hear about latest STP developments and to discuss your views with us.
If you'd like to get involved in the Big Health and Care Conversation, please contact BHCCG.firstname.lastname@example.org .
You can also find more information about future Big Health and Care Conversation events on the Events page.