How can you get involved
Help shape the services we provide and the experience
of our patients, carers, families and staff
There are many different ways in which you can be involved in the work and development of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. Whether you want to be linked into updates or come in to one of our locations to support staff, these pages provide all the key information you will need.
How you feel about your care is really important to us, and we use your feedback to celebrate good work, and improve what is not so good.
People who are involved in their care report that they have a better experience, and can have better personal outcomes, too. Those who become involved in improving the services they receive often feel a sense of achievement and pride in the work that they do.
People who use our services are central to everything we do and the theme of involvement runs through every aspect of the trust. Every member of staff is part of a persons’ experience of receiving care and treatment.
We strive to provide the best possible care and outcomes for the people we work with and believe that involving people who use our services in co-design, co-develop and co-production is simply the right thing to do.
Our Experience and Involvement Strategy for 2019-21 sets out how Oxford Health intends to build and improve on how we work with people of all ages who use our services to ensure we work in partnership with patients, carers, families and professionals. We have worked with partner organisations and sought feedback from all groups in its development.
We have also produced a handy Experience and Involvement booklet.
Our service users have helped us to:
How can you get involved
Here are some ways in which getting involved can help you.
Involvement in your care and treatment can increase self-esteem, improve your outcomes and increase people’s satisfaction with services.
Involvement in services can lead to enhanced quality of care, improved relationships between staff and patients, and improved outcomes for you as you gain new skills, confidence and support others.
Involvement in planning, commissioning and governance can improve information and access for you as well as other patients.
Send your application form to:
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Oxford OX3 7JXT
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): We are not allowing visitors to any of our hospital or inpatient sites in order to protect our patients and staff who care for them from the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). This is with effect from Monday 23 March 2020 until further notice.