DrEaMing Collaborative Survey

Closes 26 Jun 2024

Opened 26 Apr 2024

Overview

You are part of the DrEaMing NHS England Collaborative Working Group and here at NHS England we are reaching out to you as part of our measurement to ask you to complete a short survey (this should take no longer than 10 minutes). This has been developed using the Kirkpatrick model of evaluation and we ask that you complete 1 questionnaire for your Trust.

 

As you are aware, the aim of the national DrEaMing collaborative is to reliably implement DrEaMing in every trust participating in the collaborative by September 2024 and we value your contribution to us being able to measure the impact of the DrEaMing collaborative.

Why your views matter

Your contribution will provide us with information of the scale and spread of DrEaMing within your Trusts and explore the added value of the collaborative.

The survey should be completed by whoever is responsible for, or is involved in the NHS England collaborative, we do ask that one person collates the information requested for one survey to be completed.

Before completing this questionnaire it may be helpful to review the questions and collate the relevant information. Completion of the questionnaire should take a maximum of 5 minutes.

Findings will be shared with respondents.

The questionnaire will not collect patient indentifiable information. The questions cover both quantifiable and qualitative themes with some responses requiring a brief sentence. Some responses will be either 'yes' or 'no', or will be multiple choice, others will be asking for a bit of detail. Information provided will be considered alongside local and national data for benchmarking analysis.

The questionnaire will request the name and contact details of the person who submits the responses to allow the DrEaMing NHS England team to follow up for clarification if needed.

Data will be regularly backed up and will be stored until no longer required for the purpose of the DrEaMing collaborative, at which point they will be deleted. Anonymised (names and email addresses removed) respondent-level data may be shared with NHS employees outside NHS England. Aggregated data may be published, but only where there is no risk of identification of individual respondents.  NHS England may also share anonymised data internally with other NHS England employees to support our wider efficiency and productivity programmes and delivery of all statutory responsibilities.

 

Give us your views

Audiences

  • GPs
  • Nurses
  • Health visitors
  • Clinicians
  • Managers
  • Commissioners
  • Directors of public health
  • Pharmacists
  • Doctors
  • Midwives
  • Health care assistants
  • Healthcare scientists
  • Paramedics
  • Dentists
  • Art therapists
  • Drama therapists
  • Music therapists
  • Chiropodists/podiatrists
  • Dietitians
  • Occupation therapists
  • Orthotists
  • Orthopists
  • Prosthesists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Diagnostic radiographers
  • Therapeutic radiographers
  • Speech and language therapists
  • Childcare providers
  • Allied health professionals
  • Care-givers
  • Ophthalmic practitioners
  • Responsible officers
  • Clinical psychologists
  • Paediatric neuropsychologists
  • GP Practices
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Practice managers
  • Receptionists
  • Dental surgeons
  • Neonatal and maternity staff
  • Oncologists
  • Referrers to PET CT
  • Radiologists
  • General Practice Nurses
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Medical directors
  • Directors of nursing
  • Chief executives
  • Flu leads
  • Occupational health and safety leads
  • Communication leads
  • Medical practitioners
  • Dental practitioners
  • Pharmaceutical practitioners
  • Human resources professionals
  • Organisational development professionals
  • Health and wellbeing professionals
  • Healthcare support workers
  • Foundation trusts
  • Mental health trusts
  • Community healthcare trusts
  • Tribunal service
  • Strategic clinical networks (SCNs)
  • GP Practices
  • Primary care
  • Clinical Reference Groups (CRGs)
  • NHS trusts
  • Integrated care system
  • Care Quality Commission
  • Health Education England
  • Health Protection Agency
  • Local Government Association
  • Monitor
  • National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
  • Health and Wellbeing boards
  • Healthwatch (national and local)
  • Health and Social Care Information Centre
  • NHS Trust Development Authority
  • NHS England Partnership Organisations
  • Department of Health
  • Local Health and Care Record Exemplars (LHCRE)
  • LHCRE IG Steering Group and Critical Friends
  • Council of Deans of Health
  • Patient representatives organisations
  • National directors
  • Regional directors
  • Area Team directors
  • All NHS England Staff
  • All P&I staff
  • Policy leads
  • Organisational Change and Programme Delivery Team
  • All TCO staff
  • Internal staff only
  • West Midlands DCO staff
  • Communications
  • Voluntary groups
  • Community groups
  • Charities
  • Advocacy or support organisations
  • DH third sector strategic partners
  • Patient groups
  • Pharmaceutical and HealthTech Industry
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Academic/professional institutions
  • Employer representatives
  • Employee representatives
  • Trade unions
  • Deaneries
  • Higher education institutions
  • Royal Colleges
  • Service providers
  • All interested stakeholders
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Staff and organisations across the health system
  • Patients and the public
  • New Care Models
  • Quality Surveillance Groups
  • Independent sector nental health providers
  • All NHS Staff
  • Health Care Professionals
  • Professional bodies
  • CCG clinical leaders
  • Lung cancer pathway team
  • Trust communications teams
  • Primary Care Networks
  • NED appointments
  • NHS chefs and caterers
  • ICS chief information officers
  • ICS digital lead
  • ICS senior information risk owners
  • Local authorities
  • Social care providers
  • Event attendees
  • Patients
  • Carers
  • Service users
  • Retailers
  • Suppliers
  • Information providers
  • Information professionals
  • Informatics professionals
  • Volunteers

Interests

  • Patient and public voice
  • Equality and diversity
  • Reducing health inequalities
  • Learning disability and autism
  • Partnerships and relationships
  • Specialised commissioning
  • Primary care
  • Military
  • Offender
  • Public
  • Integrated care
  • Nursing vision
  • NHS Outcomes Framework
  • Equalities Act and new health inequalities duties
  • NHS resilience and emergency preparedness
  • Patient safety
  • NHS England
  • Any Interest
  • Getting it right first time (GIRFT)
  • Nursing policy