News from National Voices

Q&A with Steven Platts

What is your role, and what does your organisation do?

I am the Chief Executive of Groundswell. Since 1996 we've been supporting homeless people to be involved in delivering solutions to homelessness – including peer...

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Akiko Hart- New Trustee Q/A

1) What is your role, and what does your organisation do?

I've been appointed Chief Executive of NSUN, the National Survivor User Network. We are...

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Q&A with Ed Holloway

  1. What is your role, and what does your organisation do?

The MS Society is the UK’s largest charity dedicated to people affected by Multiple Sclerosis. We’...

Voting is now open for the 2019 trustee elections.

We have six excellent candidates from across our member organisations. Please take the time to read their candidate statements and then vote for your preferred three choices.

Each organisation can vote for three candidates, however only one person from each member...

Nominations for three elected member Trustees to join our Board are open from today until 6 November. Voting will run from 8– 25 of November, with new trustees confirmed at the AGM on 6 December.

These vacancies arise because Red Godfrey-Sagoo from Marie Curie, Olivia Bell from Versus Arthritis and David Crepaz Kaye from the Mental Health Foundation have reached the end of their terms and will stand down. Sally Hughes from the British Heart Foundation is...

Sarah writes to National Voices members to explain the work that National Voices will do doing on unmet needs for the NHS England/Innovation as part of the AAC

Dear all,

As highlighted in one of the latest Members Update, NHS England/Innovation have agreed to fund National Voices to undertake some research and engagement regarding unmet needs of patients, service users, carers and families to help inform its work as part of the Accelerated...

Together with other leading alliances of charities and the Local Government Association, we are calling on the government to put funding back into communities.

The vital fabric of civil society that supports people’s health and wellbeing is withering and, especially in poorer communities, resembles a wheel with the rubber worn away. Today (8 July 2019) we have...

National Voices has launched a Peer Support Hub – an online bank of high quality resources for people looking to measure, evaluate, sustain and grow different types of peer support.

The Hub collates, curates and categorises the best quality information and...

People from across the health and care sector – including some of its most eminent figures – have delivered a sharp warning about the risks of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. Patient champions, carers, doctors, academics, and leaders of charities and professional bodies have signed a joint letter to the...

National Voices responds to NHS England’s publication of ‘Universal Personalised Care: Implementing the comprehensive model’.

Commenting on the delivery plan for personalised care, Don Redding, Director of Policy and Partnerships at National Voices, said:

National Voices welcomes the delivery plan for personalised care: a ‘how to’ guide for every local health system to make the NHS Comprehensive

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