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Patients Association - General Election 2019

A UK general election is now scheduled for 12th December 2019, and we are calling for all political parties to put Patients Over Politics. Get involved and help us spread us to spread this message.

Health and social care will be a key issue in the run up to the general election, and no matter which way you will be voting, we want to ensure patients are not forgotten. People waiting for a GP appointment, those receiving care as an inpatient or hospital outpatient, and everyone receiving some form of health treatment or social care – we represent you. Help us ensure your voice is heard during this general election campaign.

Put Patients Over Politics

It’s vital for politicians to hear from the people who will be affected by their policy proposals and we want to help you get your voice heard. We're developing a set of resources so that you can get involved, and we'll be rolling these out over the next few weeks. To be first to hear about actions you can take to support the #PatientsOverPolitics campaign, register your interest here.

Have Your Say

We’re looking for people who can record short videos to remind politicians that patients need to come first, please get in touch on social media or by emailing policy@patients-association.com and we'll share a simple guide with you.

We've also been collecting your ideas about how you'd like to get involved in our campaign, and we'll be releasing more information about how you can take action over the next few weeks.

If you believe we should put patients over politics, please complete the short survey here and if you have any questions about else how you can support the campaign, email policy@patients-association.com

Use the #PatientsOverPolitics hashtag on social media and help us spread the word.

Original article link: https://www.patients-association.org.uk/news/general-election-2019

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