Wednesday, 28 January, 2015 - 12:32
We’ve developed an innovative new guide to health and social care in Camden. We'd like to tell you abit about it.
The guide’s called Start here…
We think there’s space for a resource that maps people around the sources of information, and shows them how to get the best from services.
We’re not going to replicate what’s already out there. Start here… is designed to supplement and build on existing guides.
How it works
Tuesday, 22 July, 2014 - 16:00
A milestone for Healthwatch Camden this month was the publication of our first annual report, showing what we have achieved in our first year – or more accurately, our first nine months, as the work to get us properly set up and all our staff in post took up most of the first three months. Thanks to our temporary team (Mable and Anne) who helped us get going.
We’ve worked really hard to get our office open and our website ready for our official start date on 1st April. Our founding trustees brought commitment and wisdom to shape our work plan.
Friday, 21 March, 2014 - 14:40
Healthwatch England has been consulting about its campaign on rights and responsibilities in health and social care.
Tuesday, 11 March, 2014 - 15:54
Healthwatch Camden was at Haverstock School on Saturday 1 March, for a welfare and support advice day.
Wednesday, 26 February, 2014 - 13:08
One of Healthwatch Camden’s key functions is to “promote and support” people’s involvement in services.
Wednesday, 26 February, 2014 - 13:00
The start of 2014 is proving a busy time for us at Healthwatch Camden, as some of the work we did in 2013 reached completion.
Monday, 16 December, 2013 - 13:25
On the 25 November we had our Community Forum Launch event.
Thanks to all who turned up, it was great to see a mixture of locals, patients, carers, community organisation representatives and health and social care professionals!
Wednesday, 11 December, 2013 - 12:00
When we started in April, there was so much to do to get us going, including finding staff and getting registered as a charity.
Most important was going out to talk to local people and joining up with partners in the voluntary sector. We’ve been out there talking and listening to people from every part of the community, children, young people and adults. Every voice counts.