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About Dusty362

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    Robert Millar (Dusty)
  • Birthday 07/28/1958

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    Royal British Legion, Paderborn Branch Chairman, District of Germany Secretary, Welfare Case-Worker<br />
    Tug of War, CSTOWA Grade 2 Judge, Currently sutdying for a MSc in Project Management

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    T Battery, 12 Air Defence Regt, Royal Artillery, Attached to 3 Commando Brigade
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  15. Developing mental health services for veterans in England - NHS England - Citizen Space 29 January 2016 20:17 https://www.engage.england.nhs.uk/survey/veterans-mental-health-services Please share on as many Veterans groups/pages as you can please to get the word out:- The NHS England engagement on mental health services for veterans is now live and the survey and supporting information can be accessed at: https://www.engage.england.nhs.uk/survey/veterans-mental-health-services The deadline for responses is 5pm on 31 March 2016 and we are particularly keen to hear from the following groups: · Veterans who have or have had a mental health condition · People who know veterans who they believe have or have had a mental health condition · Service charities / support groups · Mental health professionals involved in veterans’ mental health care · CCGs. The survey includes sets of tailored questions for each of the above audiences, however, NHS England welcomes views from anyone who has an interest in veterans’ mental health and people can choose which section they wish to complete. A hard copy engagement document including a detachable survey and free post envelope has been produced, along with a leaflet and poster. A limited number of these are available and if you would like to place an order, please email ENGLAND.VMH-Engagementhub@nhs.net We have arranged for the engagement document to be translated in to Nepalese to enable the involvement of the ex-Gurkha community This will be circulated once available. These documents form part of the attached toolkit to support local engagement, which includes: · Engagement document · Leaflet · Poster · Suggested newsletter articles, web copy and tweets · Stakeholder briefing · Discussion aid for engaging CCG colleagues · Discussion aid for engaging patients / service users · Email to patients / service users · Press release · Slide deck. Please use these materials as appropriate to raise awareness of the engagement and undertake local activity – thank you for your support. All responses to the engagement will be reviewed and analysed to help inform a report that will be made available on the NHS England website and shared with interested groups. This will help to inform decisions on commissioning arrangements for future veterans’ mental health services. If you have any questions or would like to find out more about the engagement, please email ENGLAND.VMH-Engagementhub@nhs.net Kind regards Veterans Mental Health Engagement Team NHS England NHS England Bewley House | Marshfield Road | Chippenham| Wiltshire | SN15 1JW ENGLAND.VMH-Engagementhub@nhs.net