Survey of Experiences of Care in the Last Months of Life


Would you like to help us improve services in Wiltshire, for those who are at the end of their life?  If so, please take a few moments to fill in this short questionnaire if you are the relative or main carer of someone who died in Wiltshire over the last 12 months.  It should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.  It is confidential and your details will remain anonymous.

The information obtained from the results of the survey will be used to improve care and services for people at the end of life and their families.

Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group is working with hospitals, GP practices, hospices and other health care providers to understand people’s experience of care and to guide any changes necessary for improvement.

The survey is being undertaken in conjunction with The Patients Association, an independent health charity that is dedicated to improving patient experience.   The Patients Association will receive all the surveys and prepare a report with the findings and recommendations arising from the feedback.

If you are willing to take part, please click here and you will be redirected to the survey.  Simply fill it in and your answers will go in a confidential format to the Patients Association.  Please complete the questionnaire before 20 February 2015.

If you would prefer a paper copy please contact Danela Adams or 01380 733775 who will send you the questionnaire and a pre-paid envelope.

You will see that we also ask whether you are prepared to take part in a short telephone interview, which will help us gain an even better understanding of your experience. If you are willing to have a confidential interview with someone from The Patients Association, please fill in the box at the end of the form.

With many thanks for your help