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HRI Consultation Drop-Ins

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Map showing Drop-In Session Locations & Dates

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Short Questions to ask at Drop-In Sessions

1. How much has been spent on acquiring services from non-NHS providers?

2. Which clinical, diagnostic and therapeutic services are provided by non-NHS providers?

3. How much has been spent on consultancy/planning/auditing and management services ?

4. Do they feel the use of Any Qualified Provider and tendering weakens the NHS provided services?

5. Do they feel they are really in charge of commissioning and able to commission as they would wish?

6. What will be the process, and timetable, for communicating progress of the consultation and its outcomes?

7. What number of survey respondents is considered a representative view?

8. What additional provision will be provided to support people with mental health problems to access health services out of area? Has the Mental Health Trust agreed to provide additional support staff?

9. What measures are being taken to ensure adeqaute staffing and training for more community based care in Huddersfield?

10. Can you share with us the results, ie the actual data of the staff survey and consultation with all trust staff?

Advice & Guidance for Consultation Drop-in Sessions

It is important that you go along to these sessions.

The Three Cs

The Three Cs of document analysis will be very useful to you in deciding your personal views about the validity of this consultation.

Context:

Content:

Conclusion:

Please discuss this with your family, friends and fellow group members until you feel that you are ready to make a decision as to the validity of this consultation process.

Feel free to post your observations on the main Facebook page and in the forum.

And finally, please feel free to express your own conclusions, sharing this information with:

These events will be modelled on a regular drop in session format.

There will be a reading area for related literature where you can pick up information on the RCRTRP proposal. There will be a video area showing their video presentations, and a questionnaire area related to the proposal document.

The sessions will be attended by 'senior management' of the CCGs and the public will have the opportunity to ask them questions on a one to one basis. The person dealing with my call said that they wouldn't want to give out the information regarding which members of the CCG would be attending in case it had to be changed if they were called to an emergency.

Please use your own judgment when assessing the answers that you are given in response to your questions. It is better to have individually formed responses for the CCGs and the Consultation Institute as there will be less scope for them to dismiss our responses.

Advice & Guidance
for Consultation Drop-in Sessions

Please find below a complete timetable of drop-in sessions.

The first one is in Slaithwaite, on Wednesday 16th March from 14:00-20:00.

There is a large attendance planned at 2pm, and again at 6pm. Hopefully the Battle Bus will be there by 2pm.

There will be people on hand to monitor the session and its format.

There will also be some information available from the local campaign groups but it is important that you go along to find out what form these sessions will take.

The Three Cs

The Three Cs of document analysis will be very useful to you in deciding your personal views about the validity of this consultation.

Context:

Content:

Conclusion:

Please discuss this with your family, friends and fellow group members until you feel that you are ready to make a decision as to the validity of this consultation process.

Feel free to post your observations on the main Facebook page and in the forum.

And finally, please feel free to express your own conclusions, sharing this information with:

These events will be modelled on a regular drop in session format.

There will be a reading area for related literature where you can pick up information on the RCRTRP proposal. There will be a video area showing their video presentations, and a questionnaire area related to the proposal document.

The sessions will be attended by 'senior management' of the CCGs and the public will have the opportunity to ask them questions on a one to one basis. The person dealing with my call said that they wouldn't want to give out the information regarding which members of the CCG would be attending in case it had to be changed if they were called to an emergency.

Please use your own judgment when assessing the answers that you are given in response to your questions. It is better to have individually formed responses for the CCGs and the Consultation Institute as there will be less scope for them to dismiss our responses.

There will be a detailed breakdown and analysis of the questionnaire and consultation document produced as soon as possible.

The John Smith's stadium event will be the public meeting that will be in more of a presentation style.

HRI Proposals Consultation Event Timetable

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Map showing Drop-In Session Locations & Dates

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