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Over the past two years, we have seen a rapid shift to digital healthcare and a shift within the voluntary sector to using digital support models. Carers’ experiences of remote care and support models: learning from the pandemic reflects on how these changes have impacted upon carers.
National Voices’ Long Covid Project: Learning and Reflection Report, produced in partnership with PPL, reflects on National Voices’ Long Covid Project.
In this evidence submission, National Voices welcomes the opportunity to input into the proposed 10-Year Mental Health and Wellbeing Plan.
On 28 June 2022, Sarah Sweeney gave oral evidence to the Health and Social Care Committee as part of their inquiry into the Future of General Practice.
Changing lives, changing places, changing systems – making progress on social prescribing, follows up on our 2020 report Rolling out social prescribing: Understanding the experience of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.
Voices for Improvement is a National Voices project which seeks to strengthen collaboration between those with lived experience and decision-makers, in the service of improving health and social care.
Today, during Prime Minister’s Questions, the benches of the House of Commons went silent during a debate about the cost of living crisis as the leader of the Labour Party shared Phoenix’s story – Phoenix is on kidney dialysis at home and is reliant on a dialysis machine to survive.
We have gathered insight and intelligence from our members on what the cost of living crisis means for people living with health conditions.
National Voices is committed to supporting the UK COVID-19 Inquiry, and we have outlined our response to the draft Terms of Reference in a letter to Inquiry Chair Baroness Hallett.
23 March 2022 marks the second anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdown in the UK. Two years on, the government have just launched their ‘Living with Covid’ plan which involves lifting most of the protective measures put in place to help keep the virus from spreading.