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As we look to make changes to health and social care in Leeds, we are having conversations citywide with members of the public, healthcare professionals and partner organisations.

The findings from many of these discussions can be found in the following reports:

Using technology to improve care

Developing Digital Practitioners: Discovery report and model to help health and care practitioners develop digital skills and confidence so they can make things better for people who access their services.

Joined Up Leeds 2: Understanding the views of individuals in Leeds about developing their own Personal Health Record that can be shared with healthcare professionals

Joined Up LeedsReport summarising main findings on sharing health and care information

Urgent and emergency care

Read the report from Leeds Involving People on what parents thought of the easy-read guidance tool for unwell children

Report analysed by Health Together at Leeds Beckett University on Urgent Care in Leeds: What is the User Experience?

Brainbox Research: Evaluation of the 2013-14 Winter Awareness Campaign

What is crisis care in Leeds really like for us? Service-user perspectives gathered by ‘Together We Can’

Shakespeare Walk-in Centre Report, May 2015

A&E Report, 2014: People’s experience in Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments

Hospital – going in and coming out

Read the report on opinions from service users and carers about the ‘Discharge to Assess’ model of care