Let’s start a Big Conversation about Health and Care – Have Your Say and Be in with a chance of winning £250 Love to Shop Vouchers
People from every corner of Greater Manchester are invited start talking honestly about the future of health and care, as part of the Big Conversation.
The survey is now live (from Monday 28 March, to Sunday 8 May, 2022) and anyone who lives or works in the 10 Greater Manchester boroughs can take part. Anyone who registers their views will be entered into a free prize draw with a chance to win one of four £250 Love to Shop vouchers.
More importantly, feedback collated from the survey will help to shape the future vision of how we will work together in partnership in order to improve everyone’s health and wellbeing.
This major public engagement exercise has been organised by members of the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership (GM ICP) ahead of it becoming an official partnership on July 1 this year.
As one of those partners, we hope you will get involved and give your thoughts on what’s important to you when it comes to health and care and making Greater Manchester a great place to grow up, get on and grow old.
Comments received will help the Integrated Care Partnership to set priorities for a new health and care strategy, also known as its five-year plan. The plan will explain how the organisations in the partnership and the public can work together to improve everyone’s health and wellbeing.
For more information and to for a chance of winning a £250 voucher by completing the survey, please visit www.gmhsc.org.uk/event/the-big-conversation
For anyone unable to complete the survey online, contact 0330 120 1763.
Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership will replace Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership as the name of the partnership between all the different organisations that support people’s health and care.
It includes NHS organisations, councils, GMCA, VCSE colleagues and others, all working together to achieve a common vision which will be set out in a new five year integrated care strategy.