A useful app from the NHS Support Federation which tells you the plight of the NHS in your area

Sites which are useful for organising or publicising events and have lots of briefing material:

Labour Party NHS Check:

Labour Party NHS Check  Tell us about your NHS experience and the effect of David Cameron’s broken promise in your area.

NHS Check reports:

Keep Campaigning to protect the NHS!

How does the NHS really work in 2013?

The materials below are provided for campaigners on the NHS and health issues. We own the copyright of the cartoons and we are happy to give you permission to use our material so long as you notify us and acknowledge the source. There are of course plenty of other organisations producing material you can use. Please let us know if you know of other useful stuff.

2 Comments

  1. Alan Rogers says:

    We are campaigning in Wales for a charitable hospital chaplaincy service. Our Proposal envisages the same service as at present, provided by the same staff having the same terms and conditions of employment, employed by the same employer (UHBs) but funded by a charitable trust (like the Air Ambulance Service). This will save £1.3 million each and every year for nursing, midwifery and medicine. Can anyone in the SHA provide a good reason why this is not worth considering?
    N.B. Hospital Chaplaincy is NOT a statutory service (Dept. of Health)

  2. Alan Rogers says:

    After 5 days it looks like no one has a good reason for funding religious care in hospitals from NHS budget when a charitable trust could raise the money. We raised this issue with the Welsh Labour Government of Wales in 2008. Eight years on and £11 million spent, the Welsh Government has not been able to produce an answer either.

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