How surveys
improve healthcare

Learn how surveys can contribute towards healthcare improvement

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Current surveys

If you are carrying out a survey on behalf of a Trust click below for those currently underway

>> Adult Inpatient Survey 2017
>> Adult Inpatient Survey 2018
>> Communication with contractors
>> Community Mental Health Survey 2018
>> Emergency Department Survey 2018
>> Maternity Survey 2018

Latest News

CQC publish the results of the Inpatient Survey 2017.

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patient questionnaire?

Do you need some help filling out a patient survey? This section gives you information on what to do

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Website Redesign

Can you spare two hours to take part in a group discussion to help redesign the website?

Picker is an Oxford-based health care research charity, and we need your help. We're redesigning a website, and we're looking for volunteers to give us their opinion of it in a 90 minute/two hour discussion group – there is a £25 shopping voucher for all participants.

Website design experience or similar are not necessary; we want to hear from anybody that can offer constructive comments and suggestions that will help us to understand the experience of visitors to
The group discussions will be held in Botley (Oxford) on the following dates & times:

Thursday 14th June 2018, 18:00 – 19:30/20:00
Friday 15th June 2018, 14:00 – 15:30/16:00

If you are interested, and available to take part please email Icon: Email address

About NHS patient surveys

Listening to patients' views is essential to providing a patient-centred health service.

The NHS Patient Survey Programme systematically gathers the views of patients about the care they have recently received.

This website is for those involved in the survey programme including NHS trusts, survey contractors, and patients who have been asked to complete a questionnaire.

This survey co-ordination centre, run by Picker Institute Europe, co-ordinates the NHS acute, mental health and primary care patient survey programmes on behalf of the Care Quality Commission. Its role includes:

  • developing questionnaires and accompanying documentation
  • advising on how to conduct surveys
  • collating, checking and analysing survey data


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