Getting involved in the Trusts initiatives is a great way to enhance your experience, work on rewarding projects and keep yourself active.
There are many ways to get involved at our Trust, which doesn’t only include working for us. You can also become a member, a volunteer, get involved with the co-production of our services through joining our Humber Youth Action Group or Adult Mental Health Co-production Group, or simply support some of our important initiatives such as Health Stars, the Trust charity or look how you can get involved in refreshing the Trust's strategy.
We appreciate any amount of support, no matter how big or small it may be.
Discover how you can get involved on the following pages:
Get Involved in Co-production
Patients, service users, young people, carers, and communities are at the centre of everything we do. There is no better or more important way of improving our services than by listening to what individuals think, feel and experience throughout their care journey and working together as equal partners to improve our services.
Our Patient and Carer Experience Team and Engagement Leads are working hard to engage and involve people with lived experience of our services so that we can develop and deliver services that best meet the needs of those who use them.
We have opportunities for involvement within our Mental Health Services, Children’s and Learning Disability Services, Forensic Services and within Community and Primary Care. These opportunities provide a place for you to Have Your Say so that we can ensure that Patients, Service Users and Carers are at the heart of service development.
Our engagement leads are here to support you to get involved in a range of involvement and co-production opportunities. You can get involved in a number of ways. We have online and face to face opportunities, such as:
- Having a say in designing brand new healthcare services
- Joining a focus group/forum
- Helping to write surveys
- Joining a consultation event
- Sitting in meetings
- Designing websites
- Producing videos
- Being on an interview panel for new NHS staff
For more details about getting involved with the development of our mental health services across Hull and East Riding, please click here to visit the Adult Mental Health Involvement page.