Get Involved

Developing the strategy will be a long process expected to run for next 12 months. We would like to involve a range of people. The strategy development will have three main parts:

  1. Part 1: Working through what we need to cover in the strategy and the principles which will help us to decide how services are delivered (estimated Apr 21 – Sept 21)
  2. Part 2: Development of options for how we deliver services differently (estimated Sept 21 – May 22)
  3. Part 3: Formal consultation on any “substantial changes” proposed, in other words where we are suggesting a significant change to the service we offer (estimated Jun 22 – Aug 22)

Phase 1 of the strategy work

There are a number of ways to get involved to make sure we are capturing a range of perspectives, see below more details of how you can get involved.

Families, friends, carers and patients with experience of community services

During July, we will be running workshops to work with our patients, their families, friends and carers to develop principles and priorities for the strategy. Anyone can register to participate in this coproduction project.

If you would like to get involved in these workshops please email us at: communityservicesfeedback@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk with the subject ‘Families, friends, carers & patients engagement’

View the poster for our July workshop sessions

 

Local community groups and wider residents of Oxfordshire

Over the next few months, we will be running workshops to work through what we need to cover in the strategy and the principles which will help us to decide how services are delivered.

If you would like to get involved in these sessions or receive updates on the progress of the strategy please email us on communityservicesfeedback@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk with the subject ‘Local community and resident engagement’

Oxford Health Staff

There are a number of ways which staff can get involved with developing the strategy. More information can be found on the Oxford Health community services intranet pages.

Page last reviewed: 29 June, 2021