Engagement events and surveys
The latest events and survey opportunities are listed below. You can find out the results and impact of previous events through our project pages.
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment
Slough, Bracknell Forest and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Health and Wellbeing boards within Local Authorities have a statutory duty to carry out a statement of needs for the pharmaceutical services for the population it serves. This is known as a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA).
To help produce the PNA we would like to hear from patients about their views and experiences about the pharmacy services in Berkshire.
Join the conversation - Digital Access
There are many examples of how digital technology is supporting people to stay well. These include online apps, wearable devices and video consultations with health professionals. We want to understand how easy it is for you to find and use these services. By sharing your experiences and views, you can help us to develop and improve these services where you live.
It would also help us if you could share this survey with your friends, family, and colleagues. The more people who tell us what works and what the difficulties are, the better improvements we can make, ensuring services work for as many local people and communities as possible. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete and includes some questions about you and your situation. This helps us better understand your feedback.
You can access the survey here: https://mysay.is/Digitalfirst21
The Long-term Plan
Local Healthwatch services are supporting us in finding out what's important to you and your families, so that we can shape services that meet your future needs.
They have been visiting groups across the Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System to speak directly with local people to find out what matters to them.
They also ran online surveys for local people to be able to share their views. The survey is now closed.
The information you provided will be shared anonymously with local health and care services and a report published on this website and the sites of local Healthwatch services in July 2019.
‘Better Births’ is the name of a national programme to transform maternity services. In Frimley Health and Care we have set up a Local Maternity System and the first thing we want to do is develop a Maternity Voices Partnership so that our plans can be shaped and co-produced by local women. If you have had a baby in the last two years and would like to share your experiences and help to shape future care we would be delighted to hear from you contact :
Or you can also visit the Facebook page for more information and meeting dates.