CQC wants to hear from people who have received care for Depression, Anxiety or Stress

Do you get help from health professionals for feeling anxious, feeling stressed or feeling low? The Care Quality Commission (CQC) wants to hear about your experiences of health and social care for a public awareness campaign they’ll be running this summer.

Specifically, CQC are looking for men and women who are happy to be case studies for their campaign.

Individuals providing case studies will be asked to take part in some or all of the following activity:

  • Speak to a member of CQC staff about your experiences of care;
  • Take part in a video where they talk about their experiences of care – whether positive of negative;
  • Speak to media about their experiences of care.

If you are happy to talk to CQC about your experiences of care, please send an email to yourstories@cqc.org.uk leaving a short description of your experience. Someone from CQC will then be in touch with you to discuss next steps.

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