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National NHS staff survey

NHS staff surveys are now conducted by The Picker Institute on behalf of NHS England.

For further information, visit NHS staff surveys

All NHS Trusts participate and the results are used:

  • by NHS Trusts to track their staff views over time and inform actions towards better care through empowered patients achieved through equally empowered staff 
  • by the Care Quality Commission in their annual review of performance of all NHS Trusts 
  • by the Pay Review Bodies as evidence in making their pay recommendations
  • by NHS Employers to inform its work programme to support NHS Trusts as employers
  • by DH to develop workforce policy and to measure progress towards freeing up staff to provide services that work.

The principal aim of this survey is to gather information that will help individual NHS organisations to improve the working lives of their staff and so help to provide better care for patients.

The NHS staff survey is key in supporting NHS organisations to asses how they are delivering the staff elements of the NHS Constitution as well as providing staff with the opportunity to provide their views on working in the NHS and the areas they would like to see improved.

2015

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2014/15 - full

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2014/15 - summary

2014

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2013/14 - full

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2013/14 - summary

2013

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2012/13 - full

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2012/13 - summary

2012

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2011/12 - full

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2011/2012 - summary

2011

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2010/11 - full

South East Coast Ambulance Service staff survey results 2010/11 - summary

 

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