Picker hosts an Insight Workshop into the CPES 22 results
On August 16th, Picker and NHS England hosted an Insight Workshop to aid the understanding of the 2022 National Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) results. Attendees comprised of NHS representatives, cancer support groups, and patient partners. From powerful case studies to lively breakout discussions, the workshop explored different aspects of the cancer care experience and looked to not only improve the patient experience, but celebrate the positive work being carried out by the NHS workforce. The Insight Workshop has been spilt into five key presentations:
00.00: The Lived Experience Sarah Turle, Patient experience representative
15:44: The National Perspective Jodie Moffat, Deputy Director or Policy & Strategy at NHS England
24:39: Key Findings Caroline Hancock, Research Associate at Picker
46:30: Royal Free London: Cancer Improvement Collaborative Azmina Rose, Lead for Cancer Patient Experience & MacMillan Centres Kerry Guile, Consultant Nurse Oncology & Co-Clinical Director NCL SACT ERG
1:10:17: Closing Remarks Neil Churchill, Director for Experience, Participation, & Equalities at NHS England
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