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2 July, 2020
Almost half of all hospital inpatients want to be more involved in their care and treatment, survey shows
The survey, conducted by Picker on behalf of the Care Quality Commission, asked recent hospital patients about their experiences from admission through to care after their discharge.
25 June, 2020
The Cancer Patient Experience Survey shows overall experiences have improved, but more support is still needed
The vast majority of people living with and beyond cancer rate their overall NHS care highly – despite tens of thousands not receiving enough care, support, or practical advice.
30 March, 2020
Celebrating 20 Years Inspiring Person Centred Care
In 2020, Picker are proud to celebrate our 20th anniversary as an independent charity. To mark this milestone, we’re launching a new logo. Throughout the last two decades we have been at the forefront of efforts to influence, inspire, and empower the delivery of the highest quality person centred care for all, always.
17 March, 2020
Coronavirus – How is Picker adapting?
Companies all around the world are adapting their working arrangements to help protect their staff and slow the spread of coronavirus. Picker are no exception, and from Tuesday 17th March the vast majority of our staff will be working from home until further notice.
18 February, 2020
NHS staff experiences are improving – but discrimination from patients & the public is up
The 2019 NHS Staff Survey, coordinated by Picker for NHS England, included responses from more than 550,000 people – half of the service’s workforce. The survey is conducted annually and covers more than 200 NHS organisations across a range of care settings, providing the most detailed insight available into the state of the NHS from the point of view of the people who make it work.