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Book Here for our public Health Matters Events. Find out about different health issues, ask your questions, and have your say on our services. 

'Health Matters' is the Trust's programme of public information and engagement events. They take place in the Education & Research Centre, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol, BS2 8AE and the doors open 30 mins before each event for refreshments. They are free and open to all - you can book your places here or alternatively email or call 0117 342 3764. 

Thurs 27 Feb

Sexual health services

This month's event will focus on the challenges of accessing contraception and sexual health services and information when you need them. Share your views on new developments in sexual health services in the region, including online and postal services.

Tues 10 Mar

Scientists in the NHS - what's the story?

At this event you'll hear stories from individuals working in the fields of life sciences, physiological sciences, physical sciences and clinical engineering, and bioinformatics - told through the devices and machines they use, from a spirometer to a linear accelerator.

Weds 8 Apr

Organ donation

Changes to the way consent is granted for organ donation will take effect in 2020. Join staff from the Trust's organ donation team to find out more about the changes to the law and hear about the practicalities and complexities of what it means to be an organ donor or recipient.

Tues 5 May

Focus on Research

During this event you can hear about some of the research we do in our hospitals and why it makes a difference. Join staff from the Trust's Research and Innovation department and meet some of our clinical staff whose job it is to help change the way we look after patients through research.

Tues 30 Jun

Role of carers

This event, hosted together with the Carers Liaison Service, part of the Carers Support Centre, will explore the roles of carers and their relationship with our hospitals.

Weds 22 Jul

Antibiotic resistance

This event will provide an overview of the status of antibiotic resistance on a local, national and global scale, some of the solutions being explored both within the NHS and beyond, and some of the ways in which you can help yourself and be part of the solution.

Tues 15 Sept

Annual General Meeting/Annual Members' Meeting

A chance to hear from our Board and Governors about the highlights of the past year and plans for the next - and an opportunity to put your questions to the Board.