People with an interest in mental healthcare are being invited to attend Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust's (NSFT) virtual AGM to find out more about the care it provides and its commitment to making sure the voices of the people who use our services are heard.
The live event will take place online on Friday, 9 October, ahead of World Mental Health Day on Saturday, 10 October.
The AGM will begin at 1pm when the Board will highlight the Trust's work to improve quality, safety, service user experience and outcomes and the support of the Council of Governors. There will also be time for questions.
NSFT Chair Marie Gabriel CBE (pictured) said: "We would like as many people as possible to join us at our AGM and hear more about the work we are doing to improve the quality and safety of the services we provide.
"We'll also be shining a spotlight on the importance of listening to and working alongside the people who use our services and their carers to improve their experience of care, care outcomes and the Trust itself. The event will provide us with an additional opportunity to have a wider dialogue with our Members, residents and partners and to hear their views.
"So please do join us on Friday, 9, October and find out more about the services we provide and our plans to further improve care for everyone in Norfolk and Suffolk over the coming months and years."
Following the formal meeting, our keynote presentation will be given by our Peer Support Leads and Peer Support Workers who, alongside someone using our services, will talk about how peer support can transform the experience of people who use our services and improve their outcomes.
For a link to the NSFT AGM live event, please visit the AGM page at: nsft.uk/AGM2020
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