Findings from the Healthwatch Wandsworth Assembly – 29 September 2021
We talked about health inequalities, particularly mental health inequalities at our Assembly in September 2021. Read our discussions about how we can encourage trust between staff and patients and ensure that people are listened to and valued.
22 October 2021
News from the Healthwatch Wandsworth Assembly – 29 September 2021
At the Healthwatch Wandsworth Assembly we talked about health inequalities; we considered practical steps to reduce health inequalities and looked at a flagship project to tackle ethnicity inequalities in mental health.
4 October 2021
Experiences of managing health and care during the coronavirus pandemic 2021
Read more about the experiences of people living in Wandsworth about what they feel has worked well or less well for health and social care services during the coronavirus pandemic and how things should develop in the future.
15 July 2021
Developments to hospital discharge since our visit to the Departure Lounge at St George's Hospital
We spoke to people leaving hospital via the 'Departure Lounge' at St Georges Hospital in 2019. Read on to hear about how the organisation has worked on their action plan to address what people told us.
7 June 2021
Findings from the Healthwatch Wandsworth Assembly – 25 March 2021
We discussed priorities for patient and public involvement in the coming year at our Assembly in March 2021. We discussed this in groups and also focused on hospital discharge. Read our report for the key highlights about what people told us.
13 April 2021
Developments in Community Mental Health Services since our Enter & View visit
We spoke to people receiving support from East Wandsworth Community Mental Health Team in 2019. Read on to hear about how the organisation has worked on their action plan to address what people told us.
28 January 2021
Wandsworth experiences of digital and telephone health and care appointments
We worked with the local NHS on a survey on digital and telephone appointments with focused interviews with elderly residents and people with learning disabilities and people with autism. Over 500 people took part. Read what they had to say.
12 January 2021