10 Aug

The Big Community Conversation – have your say

This year’s Big Community Conversation is reaching out to residents in order to get help with achieving North Tyneside Council’s bold ambitions outlined in Our North Tyneside Plan, which aim to make North Tyneside an even greater place to live, work and visit by 2025. Residents are invited to give their views about the place they…

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30 Jun

NT LIFE Student Survey

Michele Spencer, Chief Officer, North Tyneside Community and Health Care Forum, undertook an NT LIFE student and volunteer survey 2021/22 to give them the opportunity to feed back about their experience. 22 people took the time to complete the survey and some of the students were happy to meet  Michele and share their personal journey….

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29 Jun

Mind – Investing in mental health, benefits of physical activity and talking therapies

  Get help now Investing in mental health post-campaign survey As the cost-of-living crisis worsens, more and more of us are feeling the pressure on both our finances and our mental health. Our Investing in Mental Health Programme is coming to an end, but this was just the beginning of our work to break the…

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20 Jun

Tell us your experience of breast screening services in North Tyneside

Share your experiences of breast screening services We’d like to hear from people who have recent experience of breast screening services Have you used breast screening services? We want to hear from you if you have recently been invited to book a breast screening appointment. If you booked an appointment… We are interested in all…

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25 Jul

Mind Mail: What has the impact of coronavirus been on mental health?

“I worry that many people will be traumatised and fall through the cracks.” Adult survey participant Following the survey we ran earlier in the year, we heard from almost 12,000 people about the ongoing impact of the pandemic on their mental health. Thank you so much to those of you who filled in the survey…

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21 May

LGBT+ youths twice as likely to contemplate suicide, survey finds

Young LGBT+ people are three times more likely to self-harm and twice as likely to contemplate suicide as their non-LGBT+ peers, according to a survey. The research was carried out by Just Like Us, an LGBT+ young people’s charity, which surveyed 2,934 pupils aged 11-18, including 1,140 pupils who identify as LGBT+, between December 2020…

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21 May

LGBT Patients’ Experiences of Primary Care Survey

This survey asks about your experiences of accessing healthcare services from your GP, dentist, pharmacist and optometrist. It aims to build a picture of current healthcare provision by primary care services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people. The findings of this research will be turned into a report which will be used to…

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02 May

Launchpad North Tyneside’s Covid and Mental Health Survey Themes

Hello, We received over 100 responses to our recent Covid and Mental Health survey and I wanted to share the key themes with you.  Please see the posters for an overview of what people told us.  This information will be used to inform our work and we hope it will be used to inform the…

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11 Apr

Women’s Health Strategy – a call for evidence

Help inform the development of the government’s Women’s Health Strategy. The easiest way to participate in the call for evidence as an individual is by completing the public survey. They also welcome written submissions from individuals or organisations who have expertise in women’s health, such as researchers and third-sector organisations. Written submissions can include the contribution of data,…

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