Patients Association members are invited to join us at our 2019 Annual General Meeting, which will take place on Tuesday 8 October 2019 between 1.30 and 4.30pm at Resource for London, 356 Holloway Rd, London N7 6PA. 

The event is free to attend and will include updates on our work and information on upcoming projects. You can book your place at the bottom of this page. 

In addition to updates on our activities, our AGM will bring together a panel of people to share their real-world experience of health and care services. The panel will include Kirit Mistry, a patient with Type 2 diabetes, Cyrilene Cullen who is a carer for her son Fergus, and Yvonne Coghill OBE, Director for Workforce Race Equality in NHS England. Our panel discussion on the topic of how to improve patient experience promises to be a fascinating and informative session.

We'll be providing updates on a number of areas including:

  • Our strategy and objectives for the next few years
  • Our achievements in 2018/19
  • Our current and future policy and campaigning work
  • Our work with NHS Trusts and other organisations to improve patient care
  • Our helpline and the themes people contact us about.

We’ll also be providing a summary of the feedback from our recent membership survey, and sharing information on next steps.

The AGM is your opportunity to contribute to our work and future priorities, and we do hope that you will be able to join us. Booking closes on 3 October. 

About the venue

Resource for London is located on Holloway Road, north London, near the Emirates Stadium.

It is easily accessible by public transport: tube (Piccadilly line) or bus (153, 253, 393, 43) may be the easiest ways to get there. Free car parking is provided for people with disabilities - a valid Blue Badge must be displayed. 

All rooms within the venue are fully accessible for people with disabilities. 

You can find out more about Resource for London here.

Can’t join us on the day?

All members are welcome to attend our AGM but if you’re not able to join us, you can vote in our Trustee elections by completing and returning this form to [email protected]

Find out more about the Trustee elections here.

For the first time, we’ll be live-streaming our AGM for viewers across the UK to watch online from the comfort of their homes. We’ll provide further updates on how you can view the live stream via Weekly News and on social media in due course. 

If you have any questions about your membership or would like more information about the AGM, email [email protected], or call the office on 020 8423 9111.

 

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