National Voices’ response to the 2015 Spending Review and Autumn Statement

30 November 2015
National Voices has responded to the Chancellor’s Spending Review announcement, which included a promise of an additional £10bn a year by 2020 for the NHS, but which also included significant cuts to public health spending, and an uncertain future for social care.

New narrative project to identify what LGB&T people want from health and social care services

27 November 2015

The National LGB&T Partnership has launched a new project to investigate, and inform policy makers of, what lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGB&T) people want from health and social care services.  National Voices has been advising the Partnership on this project, which will draw together opinions and experiences from across the community to produce a resource.

Government must consult again on Mandate to NHS England

23 November 2015

The government must consult again on the Mandate for NHS England from 2016-19, because the recent consultation has been poor quality, low key and unacceptably hurried, National Voices says today.

The coalition of national health and care charities calls for the government to come back with a full and proper three month consultation once it has some clearer draft objectives for the NHS.

National Voices renews its call for person centred care by 2020

20 November 2015

This summary position statement crystallises a voluntary sector consensus on the development of person centred care. National Voices launched a joint position statement in the run up to the May 2015 general election.

We updated it to coincide with our annual members’ conference on 12 November 2015. It reflects the representations that we continue to make to Government and health leaders, including outcomes that we need to see from the spending review.

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