CUH takes part in many nation-wide surveys and studies to help improve patient care across the NHS.
Maternity National Survey - 2023
The Rosie Hospital is participating in the national maternity patient survey 2023 about women’s recent experiences of giving birth, antenatal care and postnatal care. This is part of a national programme to improve service users’ experiences of maternity care.
Taking part in the survey is voluntary and all answers are confidential.
If you are selected to take part, your contact details (name and postal address) will be used by researchers to send you a questionnaire in the post. You will be able to complete the survey on paper or online.
The survey will be carried out by an independent organisation working under contract to NHS England and NHS Improvement. They will use your personal details to contact you and will only use your details to carry out the survey. These details will be provided by CUH. Your personal information will be handled securely and confidentially. We will not publish any information which might identify you.
If you do not wish to take part, or have any questions about the survey, please contact the Patient Engagement and Surveys team on 01223 274874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey for children
Help us improve cancer care
NHS England and NHS Improvement may invite you to take part in the cancer survey for children and young people and their parents and carers. This is part of a national programme to improve care and patients’ experiences.
It is your choice whether to take part in the survey, and your answers will be kept confidential.
If you are invited to take part, the hospital will send your contact details to an independent research organisation, Picker, which is carrying out the survey on behalf of NHS England and NHS Improvement.
If you do not wish to take part, or have any questions about the survey, please contact: Patient Engagement and Surveys Team: 01223 274874 (email@example.com)
Please read more by downloading the poster below. More resources can be found on the Under 16 cancer experience survey website.