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Members' Conference

'NO DECISION ABOUT ME WITHOUT ME': MAKING IT REAL

National Voices Members’ Conference
&
Annual General Meeting

16 September 2010

 

In brief

20 September 2010
National Voices’ chief executive, Jeremy Taylor, was quoted in the GP Newsletter following on from our Members’ conference and AGM which took place on the 16 September.
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Paul Burstow’s attendance confirmed at our members’ conference

Paul Burstow, Minister of State for Care Services, has confirmed that he will attend and talk at our conference on 16 September. For...

5 August 2010
National Voices’ chief executive, Jeremy Taylor, was quoted in the Health Service Journal (HSJ) on the subject of NHS reconfiguration:

“There is now a pent up bulge of schemes. If it is handled right, that means the NHS can make some changes that will improve care for patients’ benefit. However, not all of these will be the right ones and if they are rushed through without engagement there is a danger they will damage public confidence.”

For the full article(note: a subscription is required to view this content).

Jeremy Taylor on regulation in patient safety
(13/07/10)

National Voices’ chief executive Jeremy...

12 July 2010
National Voices' chief executive, Jeremy Taylor, spoke to ITV news (2.12)  on 12 July following the release of the new Health White Paper. 

Jeremy also...

10 June 2010
Simon Denegi's blog:Andrew Lansley Speech

The Guardian:...

Health Secretary Delivers First Speech to National Voices
(08/06/10)

Andrew Lansley gave his first speech as Health Secretary  at an event hosted by National Voices in association with the Bromley by Bow Centre in East London, and the Patients Association.

Health Secretary Delivers First Speech to National Voices
8 June 2010
On 8 June 2010 Service User Panellists were invited to an event hosted by National Voices in association with the Bromley by Bow Centre in East London, and the Patients Association, in which Andrew Lansley gave his first speech as Health Secretary.

After the speech, members of the audience challenged[img_assist|nid=1273|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=0|height=0] the Health Secretary on key issues and took part in workshops on strengthening the voice of patients, the results of which will help inform the Government’s developing health and social care strategies.

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