Patient Participation and Changes to Primary Care (PCN Survey)
Published: 14/02/2020 by Jessica Brooks
Healthwatch Warwickshire aims to ensure lived experience of people is considered - in light of recent changes taking place within NHS services, including the introduction of ‘Primary Care Networks’.
Following our Standing Conference in May (which aimed to galvanise patient voice by bringing patient representatives together) Healthwatch Warwickshire set out to discover more about whether individuals were aware of their Patient Participations Groups (PPGs), how Primary Care Networks (PCNs) were being introduced, and how any changes should be communicated.
From July-September Healthwatch Warwickshire held multiple sessions across two outpatient departments (Rugby St. Cross and George Eliot Hospital), talking to the public about changes to GP services (PCNs) and how they receive communications from primary care. We promoted this survey to other groups and online, in total hearing from 905 people.Download Report
Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Long Term Plan Report
Published: 12/07/2019 by Jessica BrooksDownload Report
This report details the findings of our Wellbeing Survey which ran from October to the end of 2018. We asked 'What do you think would improve your wellbeing?' to the people of Warwickshire with the aim to inform the work surrounding Coventry and Warwickshires Year of Wellbeing 2019 (https://www.bettercarecovwarks.org.uk/year-of-wellbeing-2019/)Download Report
Standing Conference November 2017
On 25th November 2017, we held our first Standing Conference on Consumer Voice.Download Report
Leeds Becket University Review of Healthwatch Warwickshire
Published: July 2016Download Report
GP Patient Experience Review 2015 to 2017
Between February 2015 and March 2017, Healthwatch Warwickshire (HWW) conducted an in-depth assessment of patient experience at the 82 GP practices across Warwickshire.Download Report