Easy read publications
You can find our easy read versions of our important guides and leaflets here. Easy read is one way of making our information easier to read for people with a learning disability.
Going to the doctor: what should happen
This leaflet tells you what should happen when you visit your doctor. It tells you about the care you should get. It tells you the information a doctor should give you and your right to decide what treatment you want. It also explains what you should do if you think the doctor has done something wrong.
What to do if you are not happy with your doctor
We make rules about how doctors should treat you. If doctors don't follow these rules we can stop them from being a doctor. This leaflet tells you what to do if you think a doctor has not followed these rules.
What happens if your doctor is worried about your child being safe?
Sometimes a doctor might have reasons to think that your child is at risk of being harmed. This leaflet answers some of the questions that parents might ask when this happens.
Information to help you if you want a cosmetic procedure
Advice on what to do if you're worried about having a cosmetic procedure - treatment or surgery to change the way you look. It says what you should ask your doctor and things to think about before you decide to have a procedure.