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31/01/2017
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment - Topic Prioritisation

Welcome to the survey on Topic Prioritisation for developing the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) in Wolverhampton.

The JSNA work stream within Wolverhampton develops 2 kinds of JSNA Products – JSNA Overview Report and Topic specific JSNAs.

The topic specific JSNAs aim to establish the current and future health and social care needs of the local community for that topic. It provides an overview of services currently in place to meet those needs and helps to identify the gaps and actions which partners may need to take to improve the outcomes for that particular topic.

An important part of the JSNA process in Wolverhampton is to identify and prioritise topics which are of utmost importance to stakeholders as well as the public to develop the topic-specific JSNAs.

We would like to invite you to complete this survey to help us understand which topics are important to you.

The deadline for this survey is 28th February 2017. 

>>Survey Link<<


If you would like to discuss this survey or would like any further information on how the results of the survey will be used, please feel free to contact Bindweep Kaur at bindweep.kaur@wolverhampton.gov.uk or 01902 558676.

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