Consultations

At CNWL we use a variety of ways to involve you in the way we deliver our services. Whenever we are considering a major strategy or service change, we need to formally consult with you.

Standing Up for Outstanding Sexual Health Services:

A Public Consultation

CNWL has launched a consultation on the future of its Sexual Health Services.

It asks for views on a proposal to provide its outstanding services from two instead of three main bases.

The service is facing an unprecedented financial challenge. Local authority commissioners, who provide the money and specify the service to be provided, are very clear; there is less money and as a result it needs to find £2.7m in savings for 2016/17.

The consultation document, together with a questionnaire seeking your views on the options outlined in the document is available to download here:

Standing Up for Outstanding Sexual Health Services - A Public Consultation

If you would like to download just the questionnaire,  click here.

You can also complete the questionnaire online. Click here to start.

If you have any queries about the consultation process please email consultationscnwl@nhs.net

This consultation was launched on 30 December 2015 and will close on 23 March 2016.

Listening events
To support the public consultation, CNWL has planned two ‘listening events’. These will provide an opportunity for patients and local stakeholders to: learn more about the proposals and the consultation; discuss the case for change and options with Trust clinicians and service managers; and give their views to the public consultation.

The events will be independently facilitated, and feedback, comments and questions asked by participants will be collected for inclusion in the analysis and evaluation of the public consultation.

The events will be held over two days at:

London Metropolitan University.
The Great Hall, 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB

Thursday 10 March 6.00-9.00pm: Public and stakeholder workshop meeting.
For local organisations and individuals, this will be a structured workshop exploring the case for change, ambitions for services in the future, and the consultation options. This workshop will be open to everyone with an interest, however there is a maximum number of participants with registration online.


Friday 11 March 1.00-7.00pm Market-place event
A drop-in event at which patients and local people can find out more about proposals and ask questions face-to-face with Trust clinicians and managers. Discussions will be noted as formal consultation responses, or participants can provide comments later through printed consultation questionnaires (available at the event) or online through the consultation web pages. You do not need to register for this event.