Healthwatch Northumberland AGM at Northumberland College

AGM 2022: Questions and draft minutes

A big thank you to everyone who came along to our AGM ‘All Change!’ and Review of the Year 2022 at Northumberland College in Ashington on 19 October. Special thanks also go to the students and staff at the college and our speakers Rachel Mitcheson of the NENC Integrated Care Board and Neil Bradley of adult social care at Northumberland County Council.

Around 100 people came to the event where we heard about upcoming changes in NHS and social care from those leading the changes. We also gave a review of our work over the last 12 months and enjoyed lunch and a chance to chat to guests.

Have a look at the photos from the event on our Facebook page.

The presentations, draft minutes, plus answers to the questions raised before and during the event can be found below.

AGM 2022 presentations

AGM 2022 draft minutes

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All change! Join us at our AGM 2022

You’re invited to join us at our AGM 2022, which this year will be in person at Northumberland College in Ashington.

This year we’ll be hearing about changes being made in health and social care services, from those leading the change. Our guest speakers will talk about integration of services and the increasing use of digital in care.

We will be giving an overview of our work over the past year as your local health and social care champion and we’ll also hear from health and social care students from the college about why they have chosen to work in the sector.

The event is on Wednesday 19 October starting at 10.30am. After the event there will be a light lunch provided. This will be a chance to chat with our team, our speakers and other guests which will be a mix of service providers, members of the public and health and social care students from the college. Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements.

If you’d like to submit a question in advance please get in touch.

Register for our AGM ‘All change!’


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