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Our Campaigns and Advocacy team are here to help you take greater control of the decisions that affect you. They can help you access information, explore your options and make informed decisions.
Our Campaigns and Advocacy team are here to offer support overcoming issues. This may include difficulties accessing healthcare, issues at work or providing you with information to enable you to make informed decisions.
Advocacy is getting support from another person to help you express your opinions, needs and wishes. Somebody who helps you in this way is called an advocate. They are there to help support your choices, not to give you their opinion or make decisions for you.
Our Campaigns and Advocacy team can:
We have produced a number of bitesize pieces of information to help you understand the options that are available to you, access further information and make informed decisions.
Everybody who is cared for by the NHS has formal rights as an NHS patient. These rights are set out in the NHS Constitution.
Get your point across in the most persuasive way and take a look at this months advocacy toolkit.
Read more: Writing to a decision maker (PDF)
As a parent, knowing your employment rights is important when your child has leukaemia.
A generic drug is a version of a branded medicine made by a different company. Be in the know in this version of our Advocacy Toolkit.
Read more: Generic Medicines - What are your rights?
Find out more here; NHS waiting times - What are my rights as a patient? (PDF)
Our Campaigns and Advocacy team are able to support you where you need further help.
They are available Monday to Friday from 9:00am – 5:30pm. If you would like to speak to them, you can:
Please note that our Campaigns and Advocacy team are unable to provide: