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Events

Come to our public events to find out more about different health conditions, ask your questions, and have your say on our services. 

Health Matters Event Children's Trauma -  Thurs 20 Jun 2019, 6pm-7.30pm

Hear from the Paediatric Emergency medicine team about the role of Bristol Children's Hospital as a major trauma centre - exploring typical trauma cases and how they are managed. Book your place here.

 

Health Matters Event Stroke Care -  Tues 16 July 2019, 6pm -7.30pm

This talk by Clare Holmes, Stroke Consultant, will focus on the impact of strokes on individuals and families, how to be aware of the symptoms of a stroke and how to reduce the chances of having a stroke. Book your place here.

 

Annual Members' Meeting/AGM - Thurs 19 Sept 2019, 5pm-7pm

A chance to hear from our Board of Directors and Governors about the highlights of the past year and plans for the next. Book your place here.

All events take place in the Education & Research Centre, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol, BS2 8AE. Doors will open 30 mins before each event for refreshments and conversation. You can book your place for any of the above events here Alternatively, email foundationtrust@uhbristol.nhs.uk or call 0117 342 3764. 

 

PREVIOUS EVENTS

Thank you to those of who have attended our events so far in 2019:

  • At Health Matters - Quality Counts on 24 January you gave us your views on the quality of care we provide and what our priorities should be in the year ahead. The report from the event can be seen here
  • At our February event, 'UH Bristol - our 2025 Vision', you looked at the Trust's emerging plans for its five-year strategy. Your views will inform the content of the strategy, which will be published soon.
  • Around 45 people attended our March event on Arthritis Care and enjoyed an informative presentation on the causes, symptoms and treatments of arthritis. 
  • In April, we held an event on Living With Dementia, with a talk, workshop session and Q&A panel exploring how our hospitals provide care for people with dementia. 
  • May's event focussed on Pain Management - a talk from a consultant anaesthetist and a clinical psychologist on the work of our Pain Clinic and its approach to managing pain. The event included a session illustrating the importance of movement in which participants were guided to take part in gentle physical movement by one of our pain physiotherapists.