Survey for NHS England Patient and Public Voice Partners

Closed 3 Apr 2018

Opened 29 Jan 2018


NHS England considers working in partnership with patients and the public to be central to the way that we work. We are committed to ensuring that public and patient voices are at the heart of shaping our healthcare services. By using the term “patient and public voice (PPV) partners” we include service users, carers and relatives of patients, and the general public. 
Public and patient voices should be embedded into our commissioning processes in a range of ways, including gathering insight and feedback to shape services, embedding voices in the governance frameworks of our programmes, and working with patients and the public to jointly design and develop services. 
We sincerely value the significant contribution that patients and the public make towards improving our NHS. Through this survey we want to find out about the difference that PPV Partners have made and about experiences of working with NHS England. We will use this information to improve our work.
Please note that we are interested in your views and experiences of working with NHS England specifically - we appreciate that you may also be involved with other NHS organisations, for example CCGs, however it is your NHS England activities that we would like to know about here.  Thank you for taking the time to give us your views. 


  • Patients and the public


  • Patient and public voice