New health and social care survey launched - take part now

Our latest survey on health and social care is now live. The second of two surveys, both are aimed at helping the NHS and social care services to share information securely wherever and whenever it is needed for better care and support.

We need your help to define the information that is needed in these areas of the health and social care record. Please see below for information about each survey and how to take part.

Survey 1

Survey closes 17 July at 5pm

  • The information that people want to share about themselves - “About Me”
  • The information that the local authority holds about people that would be useful for health and care professionals
  • The information that care home staff can see when information is shared between health and social care services

Please see the supporting documentation below that outlines the content in full and a draft version of the standard.

The survey is designed to be easy to complete. We will ask you for a few details about yourself and your role, this is so we can ensure you are directed to the right set of questions for you to answer. It should take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.
Complete the survey now

Supporting documentation

Survey 2

Survey closes 24 July at 5pm

  • Urgent referral to hospital from a care home
  • Hospital referral to local authority

Please see the supporting documentation below that outlines the content in full and a draft version of the standard.

The survey is designed to be easy to complete on a mobile, laptop or desktop. We will ask you for a few details about yourself and your role, this is so we can ensure you are directed to the right set of questions for you to answer.

The survey should take around 15 minutes to complete. If you have any questions regarding the survey or this project please contact Alannah McGovern at info@theprsb.org.
Complete the survey now

Supporting documentation

 

 

Easy read version

We have made an Easy read survey for the About me section.  Easy read is for people who find it hard to read or cannot read but can understand spoken English. An easy read sentence only contains one idea, has no jargon or difficult words and is supported by a picture for each idea/sentence. Here is a helpful fact sheet to help with completing the survey.
Complete the Easy Read survey now

Joining up care

Shared care records can enhance joined up care and support ensuring that vital information about people is available to all concerned. To find out more about shared care records and how this project feeds into them please visit our core information standard.