Surveys and consultations

NHS England is increasing transparency in the NHS and improving services for patients. We work with NHS staff, patients, stakeholders and the public to improve the health outcomes for people in England.

You can find recent consultations and surveys below or search by keyword or interest.

Open Consultations

  • NCIP Health and Wellbeing Feedback Questionnaire

    Following our inaugural NCIP team awayday, the response to ‘What’s going well in your role?’ was very positive, specifically around relationships, teamwork, meaningful work, innovation, support and learning. We’d like to follow up on some of the feedback to the other... More

    Closes 24 August 2022

  • Elective Surgical Hub Guidance Survey

    Elective Hubs Support Guidance for Elective Hubs GIRFT want to prepare a pipeline of future case studies and guidance documents to support the set-up and development of elective hubs. To ensure that these documents meet your... More

    Closes 28 August 2022

  • GIRFT Orthopaedic Trauma Services Survey

    Dear Colleagues, Welcome to the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) Adult Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery Questionnaire and thank you for engaging and supporting us. The scope of Adult Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery is broad. Therefore, to make this questionnaire relevant - particularly during... More

    Closes 30 December 2022

  • Clinical Reference Group Stakeholder Registration

    When commissioning specialised services, ensuring all stakeholders have the opportunity to be involved and contribute their views is vital. Our Clinical Reference Group stakeholder lists enable this to happen. Registration is open for all, including patients, carers, voluntary sector... More

    Closes 31 December 2022

  • National tariff and costing updates

    Please submit your details here to be notified when we publish new information about the NHS payment system To sign up to the costing newsletter, please contact costing@improvement.nhs.uk . More

    Closes 31 December 2022

Closed Consultations