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Do you live in the following areas and are aged 16 and over?  If so, would you like to join our Citizens’ Panel?

  • NG1 – Nottingham City Centre
  • NG2 – Nottingham City Centre – The Meadows and Sneinton
  • NG3 –  St Ann’s and Mapperley
  • NG5 – Sherwood, Bestwood, Carrington, Top Valley and Rise Park
  • NG6 –  Bulwell and Old Basford
  • NG7 –  New Basford, Forest Fields, Hyson Green, Radford and Lenton
  • NG8 –  Aspley, Wollaton, Whitemoor and Bilborough
  • NG9 –  Lenton Abbey
  • NG11 – Clifton

Our Citizens’ Panel is aimed at engaging members of the public in the future of local health and care services, and is an important opportunity for you to have your say on a wide range of health and care topics. We are initially recruiting from the Nottingham City area, but if this pilot initiative is successful, we intend to broaden membership out to other parts of the area we are responsible for.

The Panel will primarily be online, and will consist of a number of surveys, polls and questionnaires throughout the year.

More information is available below in our frequently asked questions, or you can find out more by emailing us on: nnicb-nn.citizenspanel@nhs.net

Have your say. Join the Nottingham Citizens’ Panel.

We use lots of different ways to engage our communities. Our Citizens’ Panel is just one way for you to have your say on a wide range of health and care topics, helping NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire plan for future services.

We are asking for Nottingham City residents to get involved and tell us about their experiences.



Nottingham Citizens’ Panel FAQs

What is the Nottingham Citizens’ Panel?

What will the panel be used for?

How do I become a member of the Panel?

What is involved if I join the Citizens’ Panel?

How often will I be contacted as a panel member?

What will happen with my survey responses and answers?

What are the benefits for me?

Will my personal information and responses to surveys be kept confidential?

How do you choose which people can join the panel?

Who can join the panel?

What if I do not want to be on the Panel anymore?

Is the Panel the only way NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire listens to the views of people?

Why is the Panel only in Nottingham and not the rest of Nottinghamshire?

Where can I get more information?

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