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 Our learning legacy from cOVID 19

Health and social care partnership working survey

COVID-19 has brought about many changes to how health and social care services work in partnership across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. It is important that we capitalise on the shared experience and innovation that has emerged over the recent months.

In response, the Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board (RPB),, which is a formal partnership involving various organisations designed to improve the health and social care outcomes of people in the region, has commenced a ​broad scale project to understand and capture this learning from all partners. The information gathered will inform the priorities of the RPB and support a refresh of a five-year health and social care strategic plan.

The project is interested in understanding how Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan organisations/groups have worked together in partnership since the start of the pandemic to meet the health or social care needs of the population.

If you work in this sector, we would appreciate if you could take the time to provide your views and experiences via our survey. The survey will take 15 – 20 minutes to complete:   

The closing date for responses is Sunday 1st November 2020

Please send any queries to [email protected]

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