NHS staff survey launched by Healthcare Commission

The Healthcare Commission is encouraging NHS employees to provide feedback on their experiences at work by participating in the annual NHS staff survey.

In the sixth annual survey, more than 250,000 NHS staff will be asked their views.

The Healthcare Commission, the DoH and NHS trusts use the information gathered in the survey to inform local and national changes in working conditions and, ultimately, improve the quality of care for patients.

The Commission will also use the survey data to assess trusts in the annual health check, which gives ratings to every NHS trust in England.

neil.durham@haymarket.com

NHS Staff Survey 2008

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