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Primary Care Network Young People’s Report 2021 – 2022

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Through our work, Healthwatch Blackpool aims to engage with young people and allow them to
have the opportunity to have their say. We want to hear young people’s voices and ensure that
they are involved directly in decision making within our town.

As a result, Healthwatch Blackpool worked with local Primary Care Networks to hear what young
people, aged 16-25 years old, wanted to see from local health and wellbeing services on the Fylde
Coast. A Primary Care Network can be defined as a cluster of GP practices within a geographical
area, coordinating health and care services.

A survey was created to give young people an opportunity to shape developments locally. The
goal was to gather qualitative and quantitative feedback to influence service design and reform,
highlighting some real feedback on what good access looks like for young people locally.

Primary Care Network Young People’s Report 2021 – 2022

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