Block A, Centre House
Friday 4th May 2012
Health champions who can represent the needs of fellow patients with diabetes are needed by a charity.
Diabetes UK is looking for Service Champions in West Cheshire, Salford, Trafford, and North Mersey.
They will represent the charity at NHS meetings and events in each of the four areas and put forward views and suggestions on how services could meet the needs of people with diabetes.
Helen Pattie, Diabetes UK North West regional manager, said: "The Service Champions will ultimately identify how diabetes care can be improved and help to design new diabetes services.
"The Service Champions will be our eyes and ears on the ground, an ambassador reporting on diabetes services, representing Diabetes UK at key NHS meetings and events, influencing key decision makers, championing our work and shaping diabetes services. This is an opportunity to change lives and futures."
The role will take between seven and 21 hours per month.
To apply call Jo Cunnah on 01925 644574, or email email@example.com.
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