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Community Mental Health Team's Transformation Survey


Hull and East Riding’s Community Mental Health Services are changing and Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust would like to hear from you!

Humber Teaching NHS FT on Twitter: "We've changed our name and are now Humber  Teaching NHS Foundation Trust. Our new title better reflects our work in  promoting learning to benefit patient care.

The trust are working together with GPs, Social Care, Third Sector Organisations, Patients, Service Users and Carers within our community to change the way they deliver Community Mental Health services within Hull and the East Riding.

We would like to hear from people who have a connection with Community Mental Health - including those with personal experiences of care and support and from those who work in this field.  We would like to listen to your thoughts and feelings around ‘Community Mental Health Teams’, these are teams of health and social care professionals which support those with enduring mental health problems within the community.  We want to hear your thoughts about the current service and to hear about your vision of what a newly transformed service might look like. The anonymous results will be used to provide a vision statement and values for the new service.

This short survey should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.  Your anonymous answers will be stored on a password protected computer and taken to workshops for discussion.  We understand that survey questions can sometimes mean that you recall upsetting or distressing events.  You are of course free to close the survey or skip questions at any point. 

Follow the link to take the survery here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/D886HY8

If you are interested in joining the trust mailing list to hear about participating in workshops or other opportunities for involvement in these developments, please email Hayley.williamson-escreet@nhs.net

 If you need immediate mental health support, please call 01482 301701.



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