How did health and social care services work for you during Covid-19? Please share your thoughts …
The Sussex Health and Care Partnership is made up of local NHS organisations and councils working together to provide the best health and care services for the people of Sussex.
To involve the public in planning NHS and social care services they are holding the Big Health and Care (socially distancing) Conversation across Sussex.
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the way health and care services were delivered and how people accessed them, at a time when we were all also adapting to life in lockdown. What has this been like for people if they have needed to use NHS & social care services, or if they work for the NHS or social care locally? If you didn’t access services when you thought you needed to, why not? What this has been like for people, what has worked well, and what could have been better? What changes should be maintained, and what needs to go back to normal as much as possible?
There will be a number of themes running during the project and the current theme is mental health and wellbeing
To share your experiences, ask a question or take part in a poll, please visit
How to contact the team if you are not online:
Call the team: 01903 708411
Write to the team using the freepost address:
Attn: Public Involvement Team
NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group
Hove Town Hall