Find out more about our projects
NHS Long Term Plan
The NHS has produced a Long Term Plan, setting out all the things it wants health services to do better for people across the country. Now your local NHS needs to hear from you about what those changes should look like in your community.
Mental Health Survey
Healthwatch Gloucestershire has carried out engagement with people of all ages in Gloucestershire, in order to find out:
- Your views on the current provision and gaps
- Areas of good practice and areas for improvement
- How you maintain good mental health
Survey closed 31 March 2019
This feedback will be gathered in a report and presented to the highest decision-making board in the county – the Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Board.
Read our news releases and information leaflet:
Campervan & Comments Tour 2019
Our staff and volunteers took the roads of Gloucestershire in March to find out what people think about local health and social care services.
Read more about what we did and where we went here.
End of Life Survey
As part of the End of Life Care Strategy being carried out in the county, Healthwatch Gloucestershire asked local people about they types of end of life support available for individuals over 18 years old both locally and nationally. They asked about non-clinical support i.e. not information about a specific illness or condition, but other types of information that would support people through the end of life.
Care Homes Strategy
Research consultancy Evolving Communities and the county’s independent health and social care champion Healthwatch Gloucestershire have been working in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council to gather the views of Gloucestershire residents aged 65+, on care home and domiciliary care provision in the county. The information gathered will feed into Gloucestershire County Council’s new care home strategy and help to shape what care home provision looks like in the future. The full report and press release will be released early summer 2019.
Read the news release.
Food & Families Project
Community researchers from Evolving Communities’ Food & Families project and staff from Healthwatch Gloucestershire asked Podsmead residents for their thoughts about all things food related as part of a wider project for Gloucestershire Public Health.