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Share your thoughts about our depression pathway

13 Apr 22

Working to improve services for people with experience of low mood, sadness or depression is the focus of a new survey that has been launched.

Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust and partner organisations across public and voluntary organisations are working together with people with lived experience, carers and providers to find out about individuals experiences of low mood, sadness, or depression.

We are striving to be innovative and hope with your help we can offer help and care that is person centered and meaningful to you.

We want to know what works well for you and what we need to do to improve. We are inviting you to complete an online questionnaire and/or attend an online group.

What you tell us will help shape the support offered and your details will remain anonymous and confidential.

The feedback from the survey and online sessions will be made available to you once we have completed the process. We will provide you with the outcomes of your feedback and keep you informed about what we intend to do to address your concerns.

If you have used services in Hertfordshire for depression, low mood or sadness please click here to complete the questionnaire. 

If you provide services for people who experience low mood or depression, please click here to complete the questionnaire.  

To attend one of the online sessions, please select one of the links below to book your place. These sessions are open to people experiencing low mood or depression and providers:

19 April 1pm to 2.30pm
Please click here to book.

21 April – 10am to 11.30am
Please click here to book.

26 April 1pm to 2.30pm
Please click here to book.

27 April 6pm to 7.30pm
Please click here to book. 

Once registered, you will receive a link to join the session on the online platform ZOOM.

We really value and appreciate the time you have taken to give us your feedback. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Daniel Oyayoyi - danieloyayoyi@nhs.net.

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