Engagement events

We hold regular events throughout the commissioning cycle on topics aligned to our commissioning priorities. These events are sometimes run like large focus groups – the participants being recruited to broadly reflect the service users and carers of a particular service / clinical area. Other activities include holding stalls at local fairs and festivals (such as the Great Get Together), running surveys, presenting at meetings, and working with local Healthwatch and other voluntary sector to extend our reach into the local communities in Greenwich.

We feedback to groups and individuals who have participated in our engagement activity letting people know how their contribution has impacted on our plans and policies, and explaining reasons where we are unable to make change. Feedback reports are logged and shared across the CCG, and reported to our Patient Reference Group and Governing Body. Reports are available on this page and you can read case studies about the impact of our engagement activity. Watch out for future events – these are publicised in local venues, through our mailing list and newsletters, on our website and social media.

Recent Engagement Events

September 2019

August 2019

June 2019

May 2019 

April 2019 

March 2019 

  • Governing Body in public pilot Q&A engagement session
  • Horn Park public meeting with Clive Efford MP
  • Hercentre Internation womens day
  • PPG Chairs workshop
  • METRO GAVS Health and Wellbeing Forum

February 2019 

  • Nepalese community cancer workshop 

January 2019 

December 2018

November 2018

  • Governing Body engagement and public Q&A
  • Nepalese strategy feedback workshop 

October 2018

September 2018

August 2018

  • Emergency Exit Arts workshop

Our Big Conversation on Greenwich CCG's Clinical Commissioning Strategy

In 2018, we held a series of 'Big Conversation' events as part of our commissioning work.  We used the feedback from the events and survey to develop our Clinical Commissioning Strategy, and local people and their representatives have also been involved in implementing our strategy. The strategy guides our commissioning decisions. Thank you to everyone that was involved. It is vitally important that the strategy is based on the views of local people who use services, as well as clinicians, health service providers and other local partners.Read about the strategy on the our plans page. 

Please access the full Big Conversation events report here.

For further details about the Big Conversation, or to share your views on our commissioning plans, please email: GRECCG.NHSGreenwichCCG@nhs.net with the subject 'Big Conversation.'

Big Conversation events