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21/10/2010

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20/10/2010

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Discussing health and social care priorities in Newtownards

Hosted by the Patient and Client Council, Newtownards Town Hall was the venue for people to come together and discuss what they think the health and social care priorities should be next year.

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18/10/2010

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Share your views on health and social care in Omagh

The Patient and Client Council is encouraging everyone in the Omagh area, to come to South Western Regional College on 22nd October 2010, to give their views on health and social care services and join the Patient and Client Council Membership Scheme.

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15/10/2010

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Getting Involved in Health and Social Care

This week the Patient and Client Council and the Northern Ireland Confederation for Health and Social Services organised an event which allowed people to learn how a health and social care membership scheme would work here.

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11/10/2010

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Patient and Client Council Encourages Young People to talk about Mental and Emotional Health

As World Mental Health Day 2010 approaches on Sunday 10 October, the Bamford Monitoring Group, part of the Patient and Client Council, is encouraging young people to talk about their mental and emotional health.

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08/10/2010

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Patient and Client Council ask for public views and expectations of nursing staffPatient and Client

The Patient and Client Council, working with the Northern Ireland Practice and Education Council for Nursing and Midwifery (NIPEC), has produced a report reflecting the views of patients and the public on the role of Ward Sisters/Charge Nurses.

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08/10/2010

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Patient and Client Council Encourages Young People to talk about Mental and Emotional Health

As World Mental Health Day 2010 approaches on Sunday 10 October, the Bamford Monitoring Group, part of the Patient and Client Council, is encouraging young people to talk about their mental and emotional health.

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07/10/2010

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Patient and Client Council ask for public views and expectations of nursing staff

The Patient and Client Council, working with the Northern Ireland Practice and Education Council for Nursing and Midwifery (NIPEC), has produced a report reflecting the views of patients and the public on the role of Ward Sisters/Charge Nurses.

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28/09/2010

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Five Ways To Well-Being

Come along and speak to the Patient and Client Council, as well as other organisations about ‘Five ways to Well-being’.

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28/09/2010

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Your Voice Matters

The Patient and Client Council wants your views on access to mental health services.

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27/09/2010

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Patient and Client Council recruit more new members at Omagh Library

On Saturday 25th September, the Patient and Client Council spoke to people at Mental Health Awareness Day at Omagh Library.

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27/09/2010

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Join the Patient and Client Council Membership Scheme in the Dungannon area

The Patient and Client Council is encouraging everyone in the Dungannon area, to come to the Community Relations Council office at the Linen Green on 6th October 2010, to learn about and join the Patient and Client Council Membership Scheme.

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27/09/2010

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Patient and Client Council asked for views on feeding of older people

The Patient and Client Council has been asking people, including members of its newly formed Membership Scheme for their views on the feeding of older people in hospitals.

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27/09/2010

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Patient and Client Council Welcomes Cancer Workshop

The Patient and Client Council welcomes the Regional Health and Social Care Board and the Northern Ireland Cancer Network’s decision to host a workshop which will address issues around readmission of patients who are receiving chemotherapy.

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27/09/2010

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Join the Patient and Client Council Membership Scheme in Belfast

The Patient and Client Council is encouraging everyone in the Belfast area, to come to the Ulster Hall on 6th October 2010, to learn about and join the Patient and Client Council Membership Scheme.

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22/09/2010

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Priorities in Health and Social Care Workshop in Dungannon

Each year the Minister for Health issues a document called ‘Priorities for Action’. This document sets priorities and targets for all health and social care organisations.

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22/09/2010

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Patient and Client Council Ask Members for Views

The Patient and Client Council has been asking people, including members of its newly formed Membership Scheme for their views on the feeding of older people in hospitals. People have been invited to do this through our website, www.patientclientcouncil.h

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22/09/2010

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Priorities in Health and Social Care Workshop in Belfast

Each year the Minister for Health issues a document called ‘Priorities for Action’. This document sets priorities and targets for all health and social care organisations.

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22/09/2010

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Priorities in Health and Social Care Workshop in Newtownards

Each year the Minister for Health issues a document called ‘Priorities for Action’. This document sets priorities and targets for all health and social care organisations.

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