Help us to shape the NHS with the Future Forum 'listening exercise'
Posted on Mon 18 Apr 2011
The Race Equality Foundation has been asked to join the Government's 'listening exercise' on proposed reforms to the NHS, as part of the Future Forum. Designed to obtain feedback on widereaching plans, including GP commissioning, it is hoped that a 'pause' will help inform the Government's decisionmaking through engagement with NHS staff, patients and wider stakeholders. Ratna Dutt, Chief Executive of the Foundation, has welcomed the opportunity, arguing that any modernisation or modification of the NHS must take into account the needs and opinions of those using and working within the NHS, including black and minority ethnic groups.
We welcome any opinions that you would like us to feed back to the Forum. If you would like to submit your ideas, please contact the Foundation, or use the Government's new listening exercise website (external website).
Find out more about this work on the Future Forum project page.