Committee Members will be keen to hear your views on:
* the level of support you have received as an individual patient, including whether you and your family have had access to information when you’ve needed it, care where you’ve wanted it, and had access to a key worker and care plan;
* what steps you think need to be taken to ensure cancer is detected quickly, drawing on your experience of accessing screening and diagnostic tests;
* what improvements you think can be made so patients receive fast, effective and coordinated treatment and care, and what works well at the moment;
* what you think can be done to ensure people are aware of, and supported in, minimising their risk of cancer through healthy lifestyle choices.
We will be sending a more information closer to the date. Please RSVP by Friday, 2 May 2014.
Breakfast will be provided on arrival.
For additional information please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 029 2089 8261
If anyone wishes to attend this event please book directly with Rhys Morgan. On the same morning there is a meeting of the Health and Social Care Committee which will receive feedback from a public consultation which took place between Feb and April this year.
By coincidence a cyclist from Sustrans, Graham Harper is doing a mammoth cycle ride of 435 miles on Sustrans national cycle routes from Aberystwyth, south west along Lôn Teifi to Fishguard then east across the Celtic Trail to Chepstow in order to raise awareness of Ovarian Cancer. He is calling via the Welsh Assembly Office to hand over a letter addressed to the Assembly and it would be lovely if there a few of us there to cheer him along and make it a bit of a special event.