NHS Patient Experience Framework (Department of Health)

Summary

This guidance outlines the areas of most importance to patients’ experience of NHS services. They are:

  1. Respect for patient-centred values, preferences, and expressed needs.
  2. Coordination and integration of care across the health and social care system.
  3. Information, communication, and education.
  4. Physical comfort.
  5. Emotional support.
  6. Welcoming the involvement of family and friends.
  7. Transition and continuity.
  8. Access to care.

This common evidence-based list of what matters to patients is based on a modified version of the Picker Institute Principles of Patient-Centred Care. This list of priorities could be used to guide efforts to improve services and / or to help decide which questions to ask patients (and carers) in surveys, feedback sessions etc.

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Reference

Department of Health (2012). NHS Patient Experience Framework. London: Department of Health, February 2012. Gateway Reference Number 17273.

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