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  • Experiences of Accident & Emergency Services in Brent

    Accident and Emergency services are important to us all.  As part of a review of A&E services available to the people of Brent we sent volunteers to our key hospitals to find out what the experience of the public was really like.  All in all we spoke to 98 people about their experiences and what they felt could be improved.  It makes interesting reading.  Healthwatch Brent has gathered views from 98 people in its Accident and Emergency Services (A&E) report. To read the report, click here.  If you have had an experience of A&E that you would like to tell us about - either good or bad - please let us know via our contact form.

  • Young People's Mental Health

    The mental health needs of young people is of concern for everyone and is one of the issues that is a priority area for Healthwatch Brent.  Healthwatch Brent collated 80 views from young people about mental wellbeing and prepared a briefing for MPs. To view the breifing, click here.  We are planning more engagement work with young people and if you would like to volunteer to take part in a focus group or in further engagement events please do contact us via our contacts page.

  • Exciting new opportunities to get involved in the work of Healthwatch Brent

    We are currently looking to engage Brent people in three exciting new groups.  If you would like the chance to help shape health and social care services in Brent, why not become involved.  We are looking for people to join our Advisory Board, our Communications and Engagement Group and our Primary Care Group.  We are also looking for charity partners in Brent to help us spread the word about Healthwatch.  You can find more information here.

  • Healthwatch Brent Annual Report

    Healthwatch Brent Annual Report 2014-15 is now available. The report includes highlights of the year and successes. To access the report, click here.