Neurological Alliance – Patient experience survey 2016

Tue 06th September 2016


TheNeurological Alliance has launched its second neurological patient experience survey. Please follow this link to take the survey.

The survey aims to collect vital information about the experiences of people affected by neurological conditions, including the quality of the treatment, care and support that they receive. It will help the alliance understand how much progress has been made in improving neurological services, and which areas to focus on for improvement.

The survey opened on June 30th and will remain open until September 30th and welcomes responses from anyone with a neurological condition living in England.

The results of the alliance’s first patient experience survey, conducted in 2014, were published in 2015 as The Invisible Patients: Revealing the state of neurology services. The survey data collected has been invaluable in providing evidence and examples to support a wide range of campaigning activity on behalf of people living with neurological conditions. The Neurological Alliance hope that this year’s survey will produce an even richer source of data which will set out a comprehensive picture of your experience of neurological services and make recommendations about how care can be improved.

The Neurological Alliance need your feedback to be able to make the strongest case to decision makers about how services need to change. We really value your support and look forward to sharing our findings with you over the coming months.

An FAQ document on the survey is available here. If you would like to help publicise the survey, a printable flyer with QR code is available here.

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