Tag Archives: patient and public empowerment

Have your say on our services

Published on Fri 9th February by Katherine.hicks

Have your say on our services Want to help shape your local community health services? Come along to our free Shape Our Priorities event on Weds 28 February. You’ll be able to chat with senior Bristol Community Health staff and share what matters to you. Directly influence the services and care we provide Tell us […]

Self care, engaging patients, and cake! A roundup of our latest event

Published on Mon 24th October by Nadia Tavana

Healthy Communities: Supporting Self-Care and Empowering Bristol’s Citizens After months of planning, organising and more planning, we hosted our healthy communities event alongside Healthy Cities Week on 20 October. And at Bristol Community Health, we don’t do things by halves; this event was no exception. Featuring a live panel debate (broadcast on Ujima FM), our […]

Celebrating a year since the launch of our patient engagement strategy

Published on Mon 19th October by Nadia Tavana

On 7 Oct 2015, we hosted our largest engagement event since the launch of our innovative patient and public empowerment strategy.

Demonstrating our commitment to empowering patients

Published on Tue 15th September by Nadia Tavana

Matthew Areskog, Patient and Public Empowerment Lead, joined Bristol Community Health just over a year ago to revamp our approach to engaging patients. As a result, we now focus more on how we engage with patients, and how we ensure they are empowered in a way that allows them to contribute to how we develop […]