Find out about how the Patient Network allows you to get involved with, and influence, decisions about local health services.
The Patient Network members are involved in a wide range of activities including: setting up groups to focus on specific topics of interest; creating newsletters; attending local events; and organising activity within GP practices.
The Patient Network meets on a regular basis with the aim of listening to the community and sharing key health information. It's also a good chance to learn about what is happening in other practices and groups.
All the upcoming Patient Network meetings can be found in our events calendar. You don't need to be an existing member of the network to attend. Just turn up and see what the group is all about.
Our CCG are committed to developing high quality services that meet the needs of our local population. We are working in partnership with Community Action Bradford and District (CABAD) to provide training to our Patient Network and patient participation groups.
Our aim is to make these groups more effective at providing the feedback we need to better develop quality services and create a system that meets our communities' needs.
Details of the latest training information is here.
Five training workshops have been created in partnership with patient participation group (PPG) members and the voluntary and community sector (VCS), to respond to what people told us they needed:
Each session is being delivered as both during the day and in the evening, in Bradford and Keighley, to enable as many people as possible to take part.
An annual Patient Network celebration even took place on November 2018 at the Carlisle Business Centre; developed in partnership with our CCG and the Bradford Patient Network.
The celebration event, as in previous years, was a huge success with more than 70 people attending. Approximately three quarters of the attendees (who completed the evaluation form) said the event was excellent or good.
The aim of the event was to celebrate how patients and the public make a difference to primary care. It also provided an excellent opportunity for the two Bradford CCGs to discuss some important current topics with its patients, including: