Partners across Leicestershire are asking for views to help shape future plans.
Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council and Rutland County Council are currently reviewing the provision of sexual health and HIV prevention services.
As part of this, the public health teams are consulting with residents to inform future services.
An online questionnaire is available – for the public, service users and practitioners. Please visit http://consultations.leicester.gov.uk/corporate-resources-and-support/sexualhealth to view the questionaire.
The questionnaire can also be provided in a paper form by contacting Toni Burnet on 0116 3059238 or email@example.com
Please email/retweet/send this information on to others who you think may have an interest in this consultation.
The deadline for responses is 31st August 2014.
Have you, or a friend or family member been a patient at any of Leicester’s Hospitals recently? If so, Leicester Hospitals extend an invitation to an important listening event hosted by their new Chief Nurse Rachel Overfield.
Rachel is new to Leicester and would like to hear directly from you what it is like being a patient in Leicester Hospitals.
Whatever your experience, if you have 15 minutes to spare please drop in any time at the Leicester Guildhall between 2pm – 7pm on Thursday, December 5th. (For venue information, directions and a map, please click here). Coffee and mince pies will be available all day, (and they’ve also been promised an open fire)!
During the afternoon, Rachel and her senior colleagues from the hospital will be available to hear from patients and families about their personal experiences of Leicester Royal, Leicester General and Glenfield Hospital’s services. There is no need to book a place, simply drop in whenever you are free.
Why not join them for a coffee and mince pie while you are out Christmas shopping. You might even want to take in the Richard III exhibition while you are at the Guildhall!
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