Launch date: Friday 14 June 2019
Closing date: 1.00pm on Friday 6 September 2019
The Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) has launched a public consultation on the Regional Trauma Network. The consultation proposes a new service delivery model for trauma services in Northern Ireland and reports the outcome of an Equality Impact Assessment on the Health and Social Care element of the Regional Trauma Network.
The model aims to enhance existing mental health services so that children, young people, and adults throughout Northern Ireland will have access to the highest quality psychological trauma services. It will be developed in phases and learning from each phase will influence the design and development of the next one.
|Regional Trauma Network - Consultation||Easy read version of consultation document.||26th June 2019|
|Letter - Regional Trauma Network Consultation||Consultation Letter.||14th June 2019|
|Regional Trauma Network Service Delivery Model and EQIA Consultation||Consultation document - full version.||14th June 2019|
|Regional Trauma Network Service Delivery Model and EQIA - Executive Summary||Consultation document - Executive Summary and Glossary.||14th June 2019|
|RTN Consultation Response Form||14th June 2019|
|RTN Consultation Response Form||Microsoft Word Version||14th June 2019|
|Public Notice About The Consultation||Public Notice.||14th June 2019|
|Press Release - Consultation Begins On Regional Traum Network - 14 June 2019||Press Release||14th June 2019|
|Regional Trauma Network FAQs||Frequently Asked Questions.||14th June 2019|
Requests for versions in accessible formats will also be considered.
You can send us your consultation response or comments as follows:
By competing and submitting the online response form available at http://www.hscboard.hscni.net/get-involved/rtn-consultation-online-response-form/
Download and complete the response form (above) and return it to us by:
Health and Social Care Board
12-22 Linenhall Street
Belfast, BT2 8BS
Face to face meeting: If you prefer to meet with us in person, we would be very happy to do so. Please contact us by email, by post, or by phone: 0300 555 0115.
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