What's on
On this page we post information about events, workshops and involvement opportunites. It is regularly updated.

If you are holding an event that is health related and would like it included here, please email us with your request with wording and any images to support the wording.
Locality Board meetings
Each of the Northern, Eastern and Western Devon locality board meetings are held in public.  

Please see the links below for dates and venue information.

Northern Locality Board Meetings
Eastern Locality Board Meetings
Western Locality Board Meetings   
Governing Body
Dates for the Northern, Eastern and Western Devon Clinical Commissioning Group Governing Body meetings can be found here.
Other events
Please note, some of these events are external and are not hosted by the CCG.
DPT together event
Devon Partnership NHS Trust (DPT) is committed to working with people with lived experience of mental health and learning disability, their carers and families, and local communities. The Together programme aims to ensure that services are shaped by the voices of people who use them and those who support them. The launch is designed and led by people with lived experience, their carers and families.
These events will bring Together local people, staff and local health and social care organisations to hear stories and talk about a wide range of issues. DPT will work together to develop our strategy for user and carer involvement.
Please come along and help shape services for the future – two events have been planned:
  1. Wednesday, 19 April 2017 from 10am to 4pm at Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh – click here for further details and how to book a place
  2. Wednesday, 3 May 2017 from 10am to 4pm at Best Western Tiverton hotel, Tiverton – click here for further details and how to book a place
End-of-life care survey
As commissioners (buyers) of a lot of local NHS services, we want to understand people’s experience of end-of-life care.
We would really like to hear from you if you are:
  • A patient receiving palliative/end-of-life care
  • A carer, relative or friend of someone who has recently passed away
  • If you know someone who is receiving or who has recently received end-of-life or palliative care
We appreciate that it can be a hard subject to talk about, which is why any insight you can give is so valuable to us and important in helping make services excellent for others in the future.
Have your say on our end-of-life
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