Current surveys

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.

You can do this in a number of ways, sending an email, completing an online form or telephoning the CQC on 03000 61 61 61


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. 

Take part by completing the online survey

Items which should not be routinely prescribed in primary care: A Consultation on guidance for CCGs

A formal public consultation has been launched on new national guidelines which state that 18 treatments – including homeopathy and herbal treatments should generally not be prescribed

Read Items which should not routinely be prescribed in primary care: A Consultation on guidance for CCGs before you Complete the online survey by 21 October 

Osteopathic Practice Standards - 31 October 2017

The General Osteopathic Council have launched a consultation of the Osteopathic Practice Standards and they would like to hear your views on whether the standards could be improved.

You can visit their website  to comment on the updated standards. Alternatively you download the consultation form from the site and email your responses. Hard copies of the review are also available on request via email

The closing date for views is 31 October 2017.

Adult gender identity services launched

NHS England has launched a 12 week consultation on specialised gender identity services for adults (17 and above). Through consultation they want to hear people’s views on two proposed service specifications:

  • How Gender Identity Clinics will deliver specialised outpatient services
  • How surgical units will deliver surgical interventions. The service specifications have been developed taking into account the outcome of engagement with the trans community and clinical experts and describe new proposals for how specialised gender identity services will be delivered in the future.

There is a consultation guide and two service specifications - surgical and non-surgical to read to read before you complete an online survey

The consultation is open until 30 September 2017

If you have any questions about the please email NHS England