You will find the most recent surveys/questionnaires gathering views on different Health and Social Care services below so that you can give your views:
Share your experience of health and social care
Research has shown that older people are less likely to complain about services and are less aware of the different ways they can share their views.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) want older people and their friends and families to share their expereineces of health and social care.
Are you concerned about the future of the NHS?
A recent public opinion survey by Ipsos has revealed that the NHS is now the most widely held concern of adults in the UK. The Patients Association would like to find out what, exactly, it is about the NHS that concerns the public.
University Hospital Coventry website review
UHCW NHS Trust are in the process of getting a new Trust website and are currently doing some research with patients, public and staff to find out how they could improve their website.
They want to know what you think of the current one, how they can make it better and what features you'd like to see on the new one.
Don't miss the opportunity to have your say and tell them what you think. There is an online survey for you to complete.
If you’d like to get involved in a focus group, please email the communications team at UHCW.
Pharmacy services (deadline 5/2/18)
Coventry City council is consulting on its draft Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment Document. This is the second PNA that has been undertaken by Coventry’s Health and Wellbeing Board, the first was published in 2015. This updated version will be ready for publication by 1 April 2018 and will be valid until March 2021.
You can give comments on this draft until Monday 5 February 2018.
Healthwatch England Future Focus (deadline 3/1/18)
Healthwatch England the national champion for users of NHS and social care services is asking for views on the things it will focus on.
Deadline for you to give your input is 3 January 2018.
CQC rating of hospital use of resources (Deadline 10/1/18)
The Care Quality Commission is asking for views about its proposals for how it will rate hospitals in their use of resources.
This work is part of the wider changes to the way CQC monitors, inspects and rates NHS trusts, which includes more inspections of the specific core services that individual trusts provide and fewer comprehensive inspections of whole trusts, as well as working more closely with our partners to agree a ‘shared view of quality’. The consultation will run until 10 January 2018.