LGBT+ Community Consultation on Leeds Teaching Hospitals services.
LGBT+ Community Consultation on Leeds Teaching Hospitals services.

Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust Patient Experience Team are looking for members of the LGBT+ community to give their views on safety and patient experience across their services:

Become a Leeds Teaching Hospitals QI Partner

QI Partners will be the people who help Leeds Teaching Hospitals become the best place for Patient Care. Can you help us make that happen?

We need people who can put forward the perspective of patients in our innovative project to improve the safety and experience of patients at LTHT. With our support, you will work with a team of professionals to offer a patient perspective of the solutions being discussed. You do not need to have been a patient at our hospital, as you will bring a wealth of knowledge and skills from your day to day experience. You will need to be empathetic, a good listener and be willing to work with us to develop the project. There is a commitment of around 6 hours per month.

We would welcome applications from all our current and/or former patients, as well as:

  • Carers
  • Those under 40 with experience in healthcare
  • LGBTQ+ people
  • BAME communities
  • Those wanting experience of NHS Safety Work
  • Cancer Patients (current or former) and those close to them

Further details about the role are provided at the bottom of the page.

At this time, our meetings are held virtually, therefore, we need people who are able to use MS Teams or be willing to learn (training can be provided).

I’m Interested! How Do I Apply?

To apply please complete the application form via survey monkey below:

You will need to refer to the role description prior to completing sections of the application. You can find the role description below:

Supporting Documents

Alternatively, download the form below and email the completed form to us at


How could you contribute? Please view this video from Jacqueline Baker’s research into the roles patient contributors play.

A 3 minute, plain English video of the nine roles public contributors play when they get involved with health organisations, from our BMJ Open paper titled “Developing a typology of the roles public contributors undertake to establish legitimacy: a longitudinal case study of patient and public involvement in a health network”



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