Future Pulse- Access to health for children and young people

‘Future Pulse’ is about improving access to health services for children, young people and young adults living in Nottingham city.  The project provides a platform for the under 25’s to ‘have their say’ and shape the delivery and development of local health services.

There are a number of ways in which young people can get involved in the project.  Current volunteering roles include:

Mystery Shopper – visiting health services and feeding back experiences

Trainer – supporting the delivery of training to staff in a variety of health settings

‘Challenge Team’ leader – setting up a team who can visit services and complete the ’15 Steps Challenge’

Researcher – completing a piece of research to support the project

As part of the Integrated Health and Social Care Pioneer Programme we have worked over the last year with children and young people to developed the below NHS comms report which includes our results and recommendations

Carers Federation Report

If you are interested in any of these roles you can download an application form and email this to: futurepulse@carersfederation.co.uk or call (0115) 9629333