We worked in partnership with senior leaders in the NHS, including the North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group (NCL CCG), to set up an online ‘Ask your local GP’ Q&A event on 4th November 2020. The event was hugely popular as around 100 people attended it.
Reserach suggests that during Covid-19 young people have been feeling more anxious, depressed, and uncertain about their future than older generations.
A message from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). The NHS COVID-19 Vaccine research registry will help people across the UK sign up for information on the new COVID-19 vaccine studies. COVID-19 vaccines can only be researched if people like you take part.
Government has launched new guidelines for care homes to provide safe visiting opportunities as new national restrictions come into effect.
Healthwatch Camden is calling on Camden Council and the NHS to ensure that people with disabilities, mental health conditions and communication support needs have a strong voice in choices about lessening the impact of Covid-19.
Camden and Islington Local Dental Committee (LDC) shared updates on NHS General Dental Services with Healthwatch Camden.
This event has been organised for members of the public to engage directly with Camden’s GPs and a representative of Camden Practice Managers Forum.
Emergency services for children are temporarily changing from next Monday 28th September.
Healthwatch Camden is calling on senior leaders in the NHS to move faster to address the concerns of Camden residents, following an announcement about substantial changes to emergency services for children and young people.
On Tuesday 4th August, Healthwatch Camden hosted an ‘Ask your local hospital’ Q&A event with Royal Free Hospital and University College Hospital. The event gained high interest from the public and over 200 people attended on Zoom or called in to listen.
Testing is a very important part of tackling the Covid-19 pandemic. In May 2020 we published an explainer on who can get a Covid-19 test. Since then the government has expanded their testing capabilities and more people are now eligible for coronavirus tests. There are two types of tests you might be eligible for. The first is to determine whether someone currently has the virus. This is called an antigen or PCR test. The second determines whether someone has had the virus in the past and is called an antibody test.
**Please note: Healthwatch Camden does not provide or schedule Covid-19 tests. Read below for information and guidance on testing, including how to book a test.
Join our online Q&A event with Kate Slemeck, Chief Executive of the Royal Free Hospital and Marcel Levi, Chief Executive of University College Hospital.
Tuesday 4th August 2020, 5.30-6.30pm.
Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with our staff, volunteers and the individuals that we support from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities.