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Improve Emergency Care for
Sickle Cell Disease Patients

Your Voice Matters!

We need your help to improve the healthcare experiences for individuals living with Sickle Cell Disease. 

Share your experiences with Unplanned Emergency Care or Emergency Department services and help us make a difference!

What we're studying:

  • Access to emergency care for Sickle Cell Disease patients

  • Quality of healthcare support

  • Transition for care from paediatric to adult services

  • Suggestions for improving emergency and overall healthcare services

Why Participate?

Make a Difference: Your feedback will help shape better healthcare services for Sickle Cell Disease patients

Share Your Experiences: Tell us what works and what doesn't in your healthcare journey

Influence Change: Help us create evidence-based proposals for healthcare improvements

Who an participate?

  • Individuals living with Sickle Cell Disease

  • Those who have experiences transition from paediatric to adult services in the past 5 years

Participants must be living in Wolverhampton, Walsall or surrounding areas

To share your views and participate in the study, please register for an event below.

Upcoming Events

  • Breakfast Morning
    Breakfast Morning
    Date and time is TBD
    Bob Jones Community Hub
    Date and time is TBD
    Bob Jones Community Hub, Bromley St, Wolverhampton WV2 3AS, UK
    Date and time is TBD
    Bob Jones Community Hub, Bromley St, Wolverhampton WV2 3AS, UK
    Living with Sickle Cell Disease in Wolverhampton? Join us for a free breakfast morning! We are keen to hear your views on how emergency care for Sickle Cell patients can be improved.
  • Afternoon Tea
    Afternoon Tea
    Date and time is TBD
    Old Halls Peoples Partnership (OHPP)
    Date and time is TBD
    Old Halls Peoples Partnership (OHPP), Wing Cl, Bentley, Walsall WS2 0LS, UK
    Date and time is TBD
    Old Halls Peoples Partnership (OHPP), Wing Cl, Bentley, Walsall WS2 0LS, UK
    Living with Sickle Cell Disease in Walsall? Join us for free afternoon tea! We are keen to hear your views on how emergency care for Sickle Cell patients can be improved.
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