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Patient Voice

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Consultation Responses

The Patients Association responds to a range of consultations that directly and indirectly effect patients and the health care they receive. By responding to consultations we are able to:

 · Provide organisations with the widest source of information possible and improve the quality of decisions reached

· Alert policy makers to any concerns and issues not picked up...


Research Publications

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Advice Publications

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The Patients Association host webinars which you can watch online on the issues affecting patients.

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What do you think about the current reforms? What do you think about how chronic pain is treated?

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