Waiting Area TV Presentation
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Supporting your recovery after COVID
As you find yourself recovering from COVID, you may still have symptoms that affect your body and mind. These symptoms should get better over time and some may last longer than others, but there are things you can do to help.
Your COVID Recovery is here to support you and help you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.
Covid Every Story Matters
The pandemic affected every single person in the UK and, in many cases, continues to have a lasting impact on lives. Every one of our experiences is unique and this is your opportunity to share the impact it had on
you, and your life, with the Inquiry.
Every story shared with us will be used to shape the Inquiry’s investigations and help us to learn lessons for the future. Stories will be collated, analysed and turned into themed reports, which will be submitted into each relevant investigation as evidence. The reports will be anonymised.
For more information see this easy read leaflet or go to their website.
Acronyms in the NHS
Do you ever wonder what acronyms in the NHS mean? What is a F2 GP? What a PCN?
The Patient Group have published a list to hopefully help you.
Click here to view the list
Are you waiting for a hospital appointment or operation?
My Planned Care gives you help and support while you wait
The My Planned Care website supports people waiting for a hospital appointment, operation or treatment, and provides advice and support while you wait.
This includes access to average hospital waiting times* and other useful advice including: helping you to prepare for your appointment; information on how to keep healthy; looking after your mental health; accessing financial help and other local support services.
The site is easy to use and updated weekly. Carers, friends, relatives and NHS teams can access the site and support people if required.
*Waiting list information for cancer treatments is not available on this website.