1. News - 11 February 2022

    The majority of women who gave birth in February last year were positive about the maternity care they received. But the impact of the pandemic has led to poorer experiences for some, and exacerbated concerns around the quality of postnatal care, according to a national survey by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
  2. News - 18 February 2022

    A Stockport online doctor’s service has been ordered to pay £13,670 after pleading guilty to providing services without being registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
  3. News - 14 March 2022

    “It’s the perfect medicine to feel lighter and brighter.” That’s how one woman has described her ‘green prescription’ to an Altrincham-based allotment group which is helping those struggling with anxiety and depression.
  4. Advice and Information - 17 March 2022

    Accident and emergency (A&E) departments are there for everyone in their time of need. They are the frontline care service we turn to when we're experiencing critical or life threatening health problems or have had a serious accident.
  5. Advice and Information - 21 March 2022

    Do you need to make a complaint about health and care services? Find out who to contact in Trafford.
  6. News - 23 March 2022

    New research published today by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) shows that two thirds of unpaid carers view a lower standard of care during the Covid-19 crisis as unacceptable, despite the massive pressures that care services and carers are under.
  7. Report - 6 April 2022

    What did local residents think of Occupational Therapy in Trafford?
  8. Page - 12 April 2022

    What do you think about the local NHS services? We want to know! Be part of the 100!
  9. Advice and Information - 13 April 2022

    Advice and information from the NHS and the UK Government about the COVID-19 vaccine.
  10. Advice and Information - 13 April 2022

    The latest advice and information from the NHS and UK Goverment about the COVID-19 pandemic
  11. News - 21 April 2022

    The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a report following an inspection of the child and adolescent mental health wards (CAMHS) provided by Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust in January.
  12. Page - 21 April 2022

  13. Report - 27 April 2022

    A report looking at our impact and activities between April 2021 and March 2022.
  14. News - 9 May 2022

    A new survey of public attitudes to NHS dentistry shows 55% of adults in the North West find dental charges unfair amid escalating costs of living.
  15. News - 10 May 2022

    Are you someone who cares about inequalities and influencing policy? The Greater Manchester Equality Alliance (GM+EqAi) Working Group needs you!
  16. News - 10 May 2022

    Trafford Council’s Public Health Team has launched this survey to help find out what people think of their local community pharmacy.
  17. News - 12 May 2022

    Healthwatch Trafford want to hear about your experiences of mental health in relation to having a child. This includes during and after pregnancy, and any parent can take part regardless of gender.
  18. News - 30 May 2022

    The NHS in Trafford and Manchester has launched a survey for patients to share their feedback about using diagnostic services (such as blood tests, x-rays and scans) that help diagnose a symptom that may need treatment.
  19. News - 31 May 2022

    Would you like to join a new patient and public panel?
  20. News - 4 June 2022

    From 1-7 June, Healthwatch Trafford are bringing attention to the hard work of their volunteers. As a health and social care champion we value public views and participation, and that makes our volunteers invaluable in the work we do.
  21. News - 17 June 2022

    Are you receiving benefits? Do you have children under 4? Or are you pregnant? Healthy start is an NHS benefit worth up to £1200 to help you buy fruit, veg, and milk for you and your young family.
  22. Report - 22 June 2022

    A look at our 3-year joint strategy in Greater Manchester.
  23. News - 24 June 2022

    Did you know that there’s a lack of robust data about cancer in the LGBTQI+ community? Do you feel that health research doesn’t represent your experiences? Are you interested in calling for more health research to involve LGBTQI+ people?