National Voices works on a range of projects, short and long term, often commissioned or with dedicated funding. See below for a list of our current and historic projects.
The Long Covid project brought together six inequalities-focused organisations, who carried out individual pieces of work with different communities at risk of exclusion from Long Covid.
June 2022 saw our first ever Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) conference take place on the eve of ICSs becoming statutory bodies to debate a need for a different relationship with communities.
In October 2022, National Voices ‘took over’ the Health Service Journal (HSJ) for a week, bringing new voices, experiences and opinions to its readers.
We hosted a roundtable in May 2023 on what has worked well for patients and what could be improved as part of the NHS Assembly work to celebrate the NHS at 75.
In 2019, National Voices 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 King’s Fund
We examined the experiences of people who have found administrative problems in the NHS have reduced their ability to access quality care.
Our work explores how waits, delays and cancellations impact on people and their families, particularly those living with long term and multiple conditions.
Exploring how the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector can support Primary Care Networks to engage with their local population and focus on what matters most to individuals and communities.
The project highlights the greatest unmet needs of the people and communities our members support, to inform decisions made by the NHS England and Improvement’s Accelerated Access Collaborative surrounding prioritisation of innovations.
A range of practical resources to help health and care systems with their work around social and economic improvement, developed using a learning capture exercise.