Current opportunities to have your say
This is where you can find details of a range of active CCG engagement work and surveys. We will also add links to relevent local and national health consultations and surveys that are seeking views from people like you. They are your chance to have your say on health issues important to you and to help shape the healthcare services and policies of the future.
Please note that some surveys are from non-NHS organisations and hyperlinks may re-direct you to external web sites.
The CCG cannot be held responsible for the content of these sites. Whilst every effort will be made to remove consultations and surveys that have ended as soon as possible after their ending date, we recommend that you also check the date on the host's web site in case of any delay in doing this or there has been an extension to the consultation period.
North East Lincolnshire Council is proposing to make some changes to its charging policy for adult care and support (social care) and is asking for people's views on these proposals.
You can read more about this and find a survey to take part in and other ways to give your views by visiting Charging Policy Review.
Adult Strategy Surveys
North East Lincolnshire’s new Adult Strategy sets out some of the challenges we have locally, our vision to tackle these and the outcomes we want to achieve to help our adult population to live the best lives they can.
We launched a survey to mark Self Care Week in November to ask people who provide or arrange support for adults if they think the new strategy will help them support people to have healthy and independent lives with easy access to joined up advice and support which help them to help themselves.
The survey is still open and there are two versions. One is for staff who work in healthcare and one is for the general public. You can read the Strategy itself by selecting Adult Strategy
Please select Public Survey to access the survey for members of the public.
Please select Staff Survey to access the survey for staff who work in healthcare.
Macmillian Improvement Programme
Tens of thousands of people in the UK are currently living with a form of rare cancer. Cancer charity Macmillan is concerned that as the NHS is under increasing pressure to meet the needs of a growing number of cancer patients, it will struggle further to give people with rarer cancers the level of care they deserve.
People affected by cancer are at the core of the Macmillan Improvement Programme. Meaningful involvement will ensure we understand the reality of life for people living with this rare and complex cancer. This is the first Macmillan Improvement Programme to focus on a rare and complex cancer group.
Read more information about the Macmillan Improvement Programme