Accessibility

We are committed to providing websites that are accessible to everyone. We aspire to comply with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. to make our digital properties more accessible to users with disabilities.

Publications

Some of the information on our website is in Portable Document Format (PDF). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read PDF files. Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website. If you would like a publication in an alternative format, please email enquiries@nhsconfed.org.

Guidance on using this website

You can change the way this website looks to suit your needs. The settings available differ from browser to browser, but most browsers offer some or all of the following:

Text size

You can change the text size in your browser settings:

  • If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to the ‘View’ menu, select ‘Text Size’ and then either ‘Larger’ or ‘Largest.’
  • If you use Mozilla Firefox, go to the ‘View’ menu, select ‘Text Size’ and then ‘Increase’. You can also increase the text size by using the keyboard, pressing ‘Ctrl’ and ‘+’ at the same time.

Images

Where appropriate, images on this site are accompanied by alternative text which describes the image or its function. This alternative text (ALT text) is generally visible only when the browser’s automatic image loading feature is turned off.

Get in touch

We are always happy to receive feedback and comments. Please let us know about any issues you have had using our website by emailing us at enquiries@nhsconfed.org.

Need more help?

For more information and help on accessibility and changing your browser settings please visit the following websites:

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