About the work we do
We are a small, but dedicated and powerful charity and we want you to get involved. Here you can discover our latest press releases, sign up to our campaigns, read our research papers and so much more!
Welcome to The Patients Association Press Office. We are happy to take requests for print, radio, TV and online media interviews. If you would like to be added to The Patients Association media mailing list, then please email your contact details to our Communications and Public Affairs Officer, Victoria on firstname.lastname@example.org You can also keep in touch with our latest press releases and public statements here or by following us on Twitter. Please note, that whilst we always endeavour to provide real-life stories for press enquiries, sometimes patients who are willing to speak on record may not wish for their identity to be disclosed. We politely ask that you are sensitive to these requests.
We have a dedicated and experienced team of Project Managers who are able to offer bespoke training for your organisation. We have delivered training and development programmes for a range of health and social care providers and university courses throughout England and Wales.
The Patients Association is built on the the issues our members and supporters care about. We are uniquely placed as the only purely-patient-centred charitable organisation in England and Wales that is not disease-specific, but also because the causes we champion are influenced by the calls and emails we receive via our national helpline service. This makes us an incredibly responsive and powerful campaigning organisation. What's also great about the way we work is that you it doesn't matter whether you have lots of time to give, or just a little, you can still get involved in a few clicks. So what are you waiting for? Get in touch, take part and have your voice heard...come on...
The Patients Association responds to a range of consultations that directly and indirectly affect patients and the health care they receive. Take part in our latest survey or read our previous consultation responses.