Join the National New Hospital Programme patient involvement eventDate posted: 13th September 2023
NHS New Hospital Programme children’s services engagement workshop
The national New Hospital Programme would like to invite patients, carers and public members in our communities to a 90-minute virtual workshop on children's services.
The national New Hospital Programme team are running several patient and public workshops during 2023 and 2024 to hear about your experiences using hospital services to help improve the designs and layout of future hospitals. This is to ensure those who use our hospitals are at the heart of the decisions being made.
They are also working with hospital clinicians, estates teams, digital - information and technology - and workforce colleagues, health regulators, the Royal Colleges, and other professional bodies, as well as public and patient experience groups, to ensure the best designs and clinical standards for all our hospitals are created.
Who this workshop is for
You are invited to join the children's services workshop if you have had recent experience of:
- Using NHS children's services
- Having to stay at hospital to be with a sick child
- Multiple visits to hospital for a child or adolescent chronic condition.
About the workshop
At the workshop, there will be a summary and update on the national New Hospital Programme. You will also be invited to share your thoughts as a user of health services. Your opinions will be taken forward for further discussion to impact the design of new hospitals.
This is a virtual workshop and will be held online using MS Teams on Tuesday 26 September 2023.
You can choose from two 90-minute sessions:
- Afternoon workshop session: 1 to 2.30pm
- Evening workshop session: 6 to 7.30pm
How to book your place
To book your place at either children's services workshop session, please register online for the national NHP workshop here (opens in new window).
When you book you will be able to choose your preferred time (afternoon or evening). You will also be able to indicate if you have any accessibility or support needs. It would be appreciated too if you could complete the demographic questions to help ensure the national NHP team are able to consider equality, diversity and inclusivity requirements and make sure different groups of people are represented.
You will receive a confirmation of your booking seven days before the workshop, and the national NHP team will send you the Microsoft Teams link and any prior reading material where required.
If you have any questions or would like to speak to someone about the workshop or need help with booking your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this is not a paid activity. It is classed as a role 3 opportunity under the NHS' Patient Public Voice Partner Policy.
About the national New Hospital Programme
The New Hospital Programme is a joint programme by NHS England and the Department of Health and Social Care. You can read more about this on the Improving NHS Infrastructure - NHS Recovery website (opens in new window).