Beat The Street with SRPV

'You can now "Beat The Street" with South Reading Patient Voice's own team.

Beat the Street is an initiative of the local CCGs and Reading Borough to promote health through walking. It runs until 4th June.

Whether you join our team or another this is what you have to do:

  1. Get your plastic "Beat the Streets" ID card from your GP surgery or local library.

National Mental Health Awareness Week, 12th-16th May 2014

National Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 12th to 16th May 2014.

Berkshire Healthcare Trust events can be found here .

Together events are an open day on 13th May at 127, Oxford Road from 12pm to 4pm and the Womens' Group Afternoon Tea, at Bridge Hall, Oxford Road, on 14th May from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. See attached poster.

SRPV to work with CCG on Patient Engagement

The South Reading CCG proposes to plan Patient Engagement in a more formal way. To this end it has included a plan-on-a-page for Patient Engagement in its current operational plan. It has supported a proposal for a new initiative to be run jointly with SRPV to organise up to 4 large-scale meetings or activities per year to reach a larger number than most current SRPV meetings, at which CCG messages could be communicated and discussed.

Group Meeting, Wednesday 30th April 2014

We will be meeting between 6pm and 7:30pm on Wednesday, 30th April 2014 at 6pm at the Communicare office behind Wycliffe Baptist Church, Cemetery Junction (see attached Agenda for directions) .

South Reading NHS CCG Sees Three Major Plans

The Governing Body of South Reading NHS CCG met in public on 19th March 2014, to review performance, development and quality reports and to approve three significant plans.

Group Meeting, Wednesday 26th March 2014

We will be meeting between 6pm and 7:30pm on Wednesday, 26th March 2014 at the University Health Centre, 9, Northcourt Avenue, Reading RG2 7HE

Our main item will be the proposal to review the SRPV's structure and activities - see attached paper.

RBH not a priority for inspection - as inspection starts

Last year the Care Quality Commission's risk rating for the Royal Berkshire Hospital put the hospital in the highest band of risk. As a result an early inspection was scheduled which is due to start on the 24th March. In the meantime, the Care Quality Commission has published its most recent risk rating of the hospital - which has put it in the next to lowest risk band - 5 out of 6.

The Care Quality Commission's risk rating system is called "Intelligent Monitoring". It's a good thing they told us that otherwise we might have thought differently.

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