Thank you for taking part in this survey.
This survey has has 4 sections and around 30 questions and we anticipate it will take 15-20 mins to complete.
The NHS and its partners in North West London want to know more about the care and support delivered by our community-based specialist palliative care services for adults (18+). We want to know what is important to you and what needs to improve to ensure we deliver high quality care and excellent patient and family/ carer experience through these services.
Many health and social care professionals (i.e. district nurses, GP, care home staff, social workers), as well as family and friends provide community-based care and support for our NW London residents who have palliative and end of life care needs.
By community based specialist palliative care, we are a referring to specialist level of palliative care that is delivered in a setting that is not within a hospital or a GP surgery, but rather in a patient’s own home, a care home, a hospice and a community hospital or centre.
Examples of these types of care services include:
hospice bedded inpatient care
hospice day and outpatient services
community specialist palliative care nursing team providing care and support in the patient's own home
We are seeking to hear all views and opinions on what is important to you about this type of care and support if you or those important and close to you had to receive community-based specialist palliative care.
Your responses will be analysed anonymously, and it is important that you are as honest as possible to allow us to hear things we otherwise may have missed or ideas we may not have thought of. We will use the feedback received to help develop the future new model of care and support we want to introduce in North West London. Previous surveys have already fed into this process.
Previous survey results can be found at www.nwlondonics.nhs.uk/get-involved/cspc/how-get-involved/surveys
This is just one of the ways people can share their views. You can e-mail us at email@example.com or visit us at www.nwlondonics.nhs.net/getinvolved/cspc to find out other ways of getting involved including signing up to receive our e-newsletter.
In this survey we use the word 'they' to refer to the person close to you who has recently passed away.
Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.