Public Health in Birmingham
Have your say on Birmingham’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy
We would like you to be part of the consultation process for the Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
The Strategy sets out the vision for the health and wellbeing of Birmingham and its main objective is to help improve the health and wellbeing of residents in Birmingham.
These priorities were identified in consultation with our stakeholders and were informed by the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA).
We know that addressing issues such diet, exercise, smoking and use of drugs and alcohol are vital in improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Birmingham. However, we know that some of the more challenging health issues in Birmingham are directly linked to other wider aspects affecting health such as such as educational achievement, standard of living and employment. We would like you to help us shape the future of your local NHS and the services and support available. Please do get involved in this consultation and feedback your views.
By taking part in the consultation process you have the opportunity to help shape the future of your local NHS and the services and support available.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Please complete this online questionnaire. In the Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Strategy, we’ve explained why and how we’ve chosen these initial priority areas for the health and wellbeing strategy.
We want to know what you think about the way we’ve chosen them, and if you think we should include anything else.
OTHER WAYS TO RESPOND
Post: Kulwant Ghaleigh, Information and Intelligence, Birmingham Public Health, Gee House, Holborn Hill, Aston, Birmingham B7 5JR
The consultation finishes on 7 September, and the completed strategy will be published in October 2012.
Thank you for your help.