Let's Talk: Your health & care

We know that when we hear the experiences and ideas of our local people and communities, that we can make better plans and deliver better services. Which is why in October 2022, we launched Let’s Talk: Your health & care to help shape our strategic plans. Find out more below.

About Let’s Talk: Your Health & Care

Our Integrated Care System (ICS) is working together to improve the health and wellbeing of communities across Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. People like you, who live or work in our area, are at the heart of everything we do.

That’s why we launched Let’s Talk: Your health & care, to encourage people across the area to share their views and have the opportunity to influence the next five years of health and wellbeing services locally.

The conversation so far

In October 2022, we launched Let’s Talk to gather insights on a wide range of topics, from what would help you manage your current health and care needs to what support you think would make the most significant difference in the lives of children and young people.

The valuable feedback and insights we received helped to shape our Health & Wellbeing Integrated Care Strategy that is now live, and have also been used in the development of our ICS Joint Forward Plan 2023-28  that sets out our priorities for health in the local area and how we intend to meet these priorities over the next five years.  

We received over 2,300 responses and produced a report to share our findings. You can find a summary of this report, as well as print and easi-read version of the survey, at the bottom of this page.

Using this feedback as a guide, we built the first draft of our Joint Forward Plan and then took this out to our communities again to ask for their feedback and insights to further refine our plan. The insights shared by 354 people helped to shape the final Joint Forward Plan, and you can find out more about what people told us in the Let's Talk - JFP final report here.

The results have also been shared across the ICS partnership, making sure that every organisation that forms part of our local ICS can take our communities’ views into consideration as we all work together to improve local health and care services.

Please find downloadable documents below

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