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21 September 2022

Co-producing quality improvements in health and social care

Pickers shares a number of case studies that have successfully shown the benefits of Co-production within health and social care.

07 September 2022

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s cultural journey continues

Nurturing a collective and compassionate environment Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT) is a mental health and learning disability trust […]

Case study
Group of NHS staff sitting in a circle talking about wellbeing issues
26 August 2022

Giving a voice to general practice staff

Since 2003, the NHS has measured its workforce experience through the NHS Staff Survey (NSS). However, this has always excluded […]

Case study
GP taking the blood pressure of a patient
10 August 2022

Webinar: Improving your NHS Staff Survey response rate

The NHS Staff Survey is one of the largest workforce surveys in the world, it’s carried out every year to […]

27 July 2022

How to improve your NHS Staff Survey response rate

Picker gives a breakdown of the essential elements for achieving a higher response rate.

26 July 2022

Picker hosts an Insight Workshop into the CPES 21 results

Picker and NHS England hosted an Insight workshop to explore the 2021 National Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) results.

14 July 2022

Picker responds to the GP Patient Survey 2022 results

New results from the regular national GP Patient Survey have been published today by NHS England. The survey, which includes […]

GP talking to a patient
13 July 2022

Using Twitter to understand UK healthcare experiences during Covid-19

To understand people’s experiences of remote consultations during the pandemic, we used Twitter data to quickly gain insights. We acquired […]

13 July 2022

Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey 2021

Understanding the experiences of young people with cancer and their caregivers is vital to developing a clear understanding of cancer […]

06 July 2022

National Cancer Patient Experience Survey 2021

People treated for cancer in England report generally positive experiences of care in hospital, according to the 2021 National Cancer […]

06 July 2022

Major survey shows need for more effective personalisation in cancer care 

People treated for cancer in England report generally positive experiences of care in hospital, according to a major survey published today. But the results also show that care can lack personalisation, and that there are gaps in the wider support for people with cancer outside of hospital. 

24 June 2022

The much-needed move to gender-inclusive surveys

To celebrate Pride Month, Picker outlines the importance of adapting surveys to be gender-inclusive and shares best practice in doing so.


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