What do you think of Brent Council's draft Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy?
The draft Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy is now available to read online - and Brent Council would love to hear your views. Click here to go to the council's website, where you can download a copy of the strategy and share any comments that you have. Healthwatch Brent will also be going out into the community to consult with different groups, giving more people the chance to feedback.
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Help us make a difference
We would like to hear what you think about how local health and social care services are run. Our current project is all about GP Access: what do you think about your GP? Can you get an appointment when you need one?
Introducing our new monthly lecture series
We're working with The Advocacy Project and Councillor Ketan Sheth to run a new monthly lecture series all about building better health equalities. Each month, Cllr Sheth will host a lively panel discussion on an important health and wellbeing topic.
Click here to sign up for the first session, 'Prioritising children's mental health: what can we do?' on 25 Jan, 6-7pm
Covid-19 update: get your vaccine this winter
People who have so far not been vaccinated or have only had one dose are being urged to come forward so that they and their loved ones are protected. Booster vaccines are also now available across Brent.
In order to vaccinate as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, the local NHS, in partnership with local councils, is providing thousands of additional vaccination appointments. For information on where to get your jab, how to book and where walk-in jabs may be available, go to www.nwlondonccg.nhs.uk/coronavirus/vaccine-centres . Please note that the best way to guarantee your jab is to book in advance, as walk-in vaccination will depend on availability.
For more information about Covid-19, go to our Coronavirus information page.