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#whatarewemissing: November 2021 event

Sharing an invite from Ipswich & Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE):

people in different health settings. A baby, a man waiting for a minor surgery and a doctor.

The event will provide an environment for our community to give honest feedback to the system on health services. Attendees will have the opportunity to share their experiences, their needs from a service and what they would like to see in the future.

We will focus on three specific areas of interest and encourage open discussion and co-production conversations. The topics we will be covering are: Diabetes, Cancer and Dementia.

Attendees will have the opportunity to attend a breakout room with professionals from various areas to have a frank, open discussion – these rooms will be pre-booked via the registration process. There is a link to register for the meeting below.

The aim of this event is to offer attendees the opportunity to have a discussion about areas of specific interest. Equally, system partners who want to involve community members in co-production, but perhaps haven’t known how to start, can start now.

“The event will be more powerful and have greater impact if we have participants willing to share their experiences.”

When is the meeting?

Tuesday 30th November 2021 4.30pm to 6.30pm

More information:

“It could be as a carer for someone diagnosed with the above or own personal experiences. We were wondering if you or anyone you know would be willing to talk about their experiences at the event? If this is something you would be happy to do, please let me know and we can arrange to have a chat.”

email: siobhan@iscre.org.uk.

To register for the meeting:

Please click this link to register a place: https://teams.microsoft.com/registration/gMtq6bhGIE2mj1Zlcnj4-A,ZyFUZvgPpE6FGBlsGM_PuQ,r_hzacKSJUmirtsHpwMJ6Q,1oAfZIoTU0G10MEhxtZjlw,mhhtMKa1EUec5ESONaV0RQ,A5IH1sjURkmag8XjxWD9mg?mode=read&tenantId=e96acb80-46b8-4d20-a68f-56657278f8f8

The NHS has recently launched the 'Help Us, Help You' campaign. The campaign encourages people to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer. Find out more: NHS.uk/cancersymptoms ...

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