More SE Londoners over the age of 70 to get their first COVID vaccination
On the 3 February, NHS England announced Londoners over the age of 70 no longer need an invitation to book their covid vaccine. The change has been made to ensure anyone over the age of 70 can get their first COVID vaccination as soon as possible.
10 February 2021
Enhanced Covid-19 testing following the detection of the Covid-19 strain first identified in South Africa
Lambeth Council is conducting enhanced covid-19 testing in West Norwood after Public Health England have identified an isolated case of the Covid-19 strain first identified in South Africa.
10 February 2021
Vascular Dementia Inequalities for Lambeth’s Black Communities
In October 2020, we held an online event with South London and Maudsley Trust (SLaM) and Black Thrive for local people to explore the inequalities linked to vascular dementia experienced by Lambeth’s Black communities.
4 February 2021
Birth during COVID-19: Women’s stories of maternity care through the pandemic
We spoke to women who gave birth at King's during lockdown to explore in more depth how mothers have been affected by the pandemic focusing on their experiences of maternity care services during pregnancy, birth, and the early postnatal period.
27 January 2021
Seeking views on cancer services for children and young people in South London and the South East of England
NHS London wants to hear from children and young people who have experiences with using cancer services in London and South East England, as well as their families and carers; following the most recent review of the services in January 2020.
14 January 2021
Care Quality Commission and Healthwatch "Because We All Care" campaign is looking for case studies
Would you be happy to share your experience about raising concerns about care? Healthwatch and the CQC want to hear from people over 55, carers and people with learning disabilities about their experience of healthcare services during COVID-19.
4 November 2020