Engagement is at the heart of what we do as an NHS Foundation Trust - through our members and our service users and their carers, such as through the Friends and Family Test. We also regularly engage with the public, and sometimes carry out formal consultations when significant service changes are proposed.
It is important that members of the public and those who may use our services in the future can have their say. We regularly attend community events to discuss our work. We also carry out specific engagement activities around important projects and developments.
We are currently engaging with the public on the following projects:
There are currently no public engagments taking place.
When we or our commissioners are proposing a significant change to services, we will undertake a formal consultation. This is an opportunity for patients, carers, the public, healthcare professionals and other key stakeholders to provide formal feedback on our proposals.
What public consultations are there involving the Trust?
There are currently no public consultations taking place.
How can I find out about other NHS and health consultations?
Locally and nationally, our NHS and social care partners regularly engage with the public on important health issues.
For local consultations about health and social care in Derby and Derbyshire, view:
- The Joined Up Care Derbyshire website
- Derby City Council website
- Derbyshire County Council website
- Healthwatch Derbyshire website
- Healthwatch Derby website.
For national NHS consultations, view:
- The 'consultation hub' on the NHS England website.
IAPT - improving access to psychological therapies
NHS England is currently engaging with NHS employees and other stakeholders on a possible rebrand of the IAPT service nationwide. Learn more in the news section of our website: Have your say on new name for IAPT.