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NHS Youth Forum seeks young people to help shape healthcare services

October 30, 2019

For the last 5 years, The NHS Youth Forum has successfully brought together a diverse range of young people with different skills and experiences, to work in collaboration with NHS England to embed the voices of young people in policy making and service design.

We’re looking for a diverse range of young people from across the health participation sector to join us for a unique and exciting short term project from November 2019 to March 2019.

As an organisation actively working with young people to enable them to shape healthcare services, we would welcome applications which enable your organisation to be represented within the project.

About the role

We are recruiting up to 25 young people aged 16-25 with experience of representing the voice young people and a passion for creating positive change for young people across the country.

The project will aim to:

  • Ensure the experiences and voices young people are heard within the implementation of the NHS Long Term Plan
  • Review our progress so far, and create next steps for youth engagement in the health sector

How to apply

More information including details of the role can be found in the Application Pack – if there is anything you are unclear about please email: luci.o’reilly@byc.org.uk

Or see here to apply https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NHSYF2019

Applicants will need to submit an online application form via this link by Tuesday 12th November

Please contact the NHS Youth Forum team on nhsyouthforum@byc.org.uk if you have any questions.

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