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Young Person's Forum launched to improve our services

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To help improve our hospitals, we have launched a Young Person's Forum to ensure younger people have their say on our services.

Young people aged from 15 to 18 years old are being encouraged to join the forum, which will provide a platform to have their voice heard, while also learning how healthcare providers review services to improve patient outcomes and wellbeing.

This voluntary role, which can be added to CVs and personal statements, is a fantastic opportunity for younger people to tell us how we can improve the experience of all our patients and visitors.

Adam Seomore, our lead Nurse for Safeguarding Children, said: “We are really excited to launch the Young Person's Forum because we want younger people across our boroughs to know they can make a difference at our hospitals.

“The forum will be a great opportunity to meet likeminded people of a similar age, make friends and be part of a group, while providing a voice for the younger generation to have a genuine influence on the way we manage services.”

If you are interested in joining the forum, please email us with your name, date of birth, email address and contact number. Alternatively, you can call 01708 435000 (extension 5719). We encourage you to tell your parent or guardian about your interest.

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