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The Big Health Conversation is back!

Phase 2 of our Big Health Conversation engagement programme is now underway.

We're after your views again! We really appreciated all your feedback from the first phase of our Big Health Conversation and now  we're keen to hear from you again, particularly if you have an interest in mental health in the community, frailty, same-day care or have any form of long term health condition. Follow this link for more information by clicking here.

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

NHS England has begun an internal NHS consultation on the re-procurement of the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (DPP). The current NHS DPP Framework Agreement was put in place in April 2016 and expires in March 2019. NHS England is consulting on proposals relating to the re-procurement of the Framework from November 2018 running for three years with the option to extend for a further year. Diabetes UK is leading on the public consultation which is open for patients and the public to contribute to until May 2018. 

Walk-in services in Portsmouth

Since July 1, 2016, services at Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre and St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre have changed. Click here for the latest information and here for a downloadable leaflet for the details.

Have your say on your local GP services

Things are changing at GP practices, with online services, longer opening hours and other new investments rolling out nationally.

From January until the end of March 2018, more than two million randomly selected people registered with GP practices will be invited to answer a postal questionnaire about their experiences so if you are selected please do take part.

For the first time, 16 and 17-year-olds will be included and the survey will cover new questions about recent service changes and topics including mental health. The survey is carried out securely and information published does not identify individuals. The findings help the NHS to see what’s working and what needs to improve.

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