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.
About National Voices’ role in the Core20PLUS5 Connectors Programme.
The Doctor Will Zoom You Now was a rapid, qualitative research study designed to understand the patient experience of remote and virtual consultations.
Timely access to care is a pressing concern for people who live with health conditions, disability or impairment. This project sets out clear principles and recommendations on how to improve care access.
Exploring how communities and groups were affected by the unequal impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and key future lessons that must be learned.
Our research and analysis of how people experienced the rapid shift to remote service models brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
About National Voices’ role as co-coordinator of the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance.
Voices for Improvement is a National Voices project focused on strengthening collaboration between those with lived experience and decision-makers, in the service of improving health and social care.
Wellbeing Our Way ran from June 2014 to June 2017. The programme brought together charities, community organisations and individuals to develop culture and improve practice across the voluntary sector to enable people with health needs to live well in ways which matter to them.
What We Need Now is a report based on the work National Voices conducted during the first phase of the pandemic to capture the experiences of people with ongoing health and care needs.