“To work collaboratively on service changes, strategies and service improvement projects. We will work together in an open, honest and respectful way, listen to and understand others feedback, experiences and ideas including local communities, and value their ideas, skills and knowledge.”
Read our Annual Involvement, Experience, Volunteering and Carers Report, 2020-2021
We aim to work collaboratively with people on service changes, strategies and service improvement projects to influence and improve services and address health inequalities.
We work together in an open, honest and respectful way, listen to and understand others feedback, experiences and ideas and we value their skills and knowledge. We involve people who represent our diverse communities – our Involvement Partners (service users, and their carers and families), our staff and local organisations, to co-design and improve our services.
On this section of the site, we’ve gathered resources and useful links on how to work collaboratively (including our Collaborative Model). There is information for staff on how to plan involvement work and how to recruit and support people, and there is information for our service users, carers and families on how to register as an Involvement Partner and what current opportunities there are for them to get involved.
Find out about all of the current opportunities we have for you to get involved.
Get Involved – Make a Difference
Find out how you can use your lived experience to make services better as an Involvement Partner.
Read about our Collaborative Working model and some of the tools and theories behind working together well.