Each year NHS staff are invited to take part in the NHS Staff Survey, the largest survey of staff opinion in the UK. It gathers views on staff experience at work around key areas, and includes:
- Appraisal and development
- Staff engagement and involvement
- Health and wellbeing
- Raising concerns
Taking part in the survey is mandatory for all NHS Trusts – foundation trusts, acute and specialist hospital trusts, ambulance service trusts, mental health, community and learning disability trusts – but voluntary for other parts of the NHS such as clinical commissioning groups, social enterprises and commissioning support units.
The NHS – both nationally and locally – uses results from the survey to improve care for patients and working conditions for staff.
This is the second time that Enfield CCG has participated in the national NHS staff survey. Please download the Enfield CCG staff survey report produced by the Picker Institute, which conducted the survey on our behalf. An action and improvement plan will be developed based on the findings of the survey.
For the full national staff survey results please visit www.nhsstaffsurveyresults.com.