Current consultations and surveys

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Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP)

2016 saw the NHS set out the Five Year Forward View for NHS Maternity services in England; Better Births.

Better Births describes how maternity services should be co-produced with Maternity Voices Partnerships (MVPs). MVP’s bring together women and their families, commissioners, midwives, doctors and other providers, to work as a team to develop local maternity care. You can find out more about our MVP here.

To better develop our maternity services for the future we need to include the views and feedback of women and families who have recently used maternity services. Alongside our independent Chair and Co-Chair, two local mums called Rachael and Melissa, we would also like other mums and their families to get involved with the work of the MVP too.

If you are interested in sharing your experiences and views please contact us on 01482 344700 or by emailing HULLCCG.contactus@nhs.net

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Let’s Talk: Children’s Neuro Stuff
March 2019

We are holding a collaborative review of services for children and young people with neurodevelopmental, neurodisability and/or neurodiversity issues in Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire.

If you have experience of local Neuro services you’d like to contribute or share your views, please take our survey here.

We will also be holding a workshop event on at the end of March. Of you would like to find out about the event, or like to book a place, please contact us on HULLCCG.contactus@nhs.net

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Humber Acute Services Review

One of the key areas that NHS Hull CCG is involved in is the Humber Acute Services Review.  This is a collaborative review of services in the five acute hospitals in the Humber area, which are:

  • Hull Royal Infirmary
  • Castle Hill Hospital
  • Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby
  • Scunthorpe General Hospital
  • Goole Hospital

The review will consider how to provide the best possible care for local people who need to use acute hospital services within the resources (money, staffing and buildings) that are available to the local NHS. This may include delivering some aspects of care out of hospitals in GP surgeries or other community settings to better meet local peoples’ needs.

Public and patient engagement has taken place to help shape the review in Hull and you can read more about the HASR – Citizen’s Panel meeting that took place in December 2018 here and the public engagement feedback report (March to Sept 2018) here.

Find out more about the Humber Acute Services Review here and you can find out more about the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership and get involved at www.humbercoastandvale.org.uk

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Hull CCG is working with key stakeholders including children, young people and their parents to review services for children with additional needs, including Special Education Needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

As part of this work we are looking to develop an integrated service that will support children, young people and their parents/carers who have neurodevelopmental issues and/or neurodisability issues. The need for an integrated service is in response to feedback from parents carers and staff.

Taking part in this questionnaire is voluntary and anonymous.  For each question please tick the box that is closest to your views or experience, it can be completed by clicking here.

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Care leavers Information Card 
January – March 2019 

Care leavers are currently working with Hull CCG to co-produce a health information card – something they felt was critical in supporting young people moving from local authority care to independence.

Find out more about their story in this case study.

If you have any experiences or thoughts on this that you would like to share with us, please contact: HullCCG.ContactUs@nhs.net

Consultations from our partners

None at present.

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