Looking after yourself can be hard when you’re pregnant or a new mum. We want to make sure you get the right
support when you need it the most.
If you are pregnant or have a baby under the age of 2, we want to hear from you! We would like to find out how
you take care of your mental wellbeing and where you turn if you are feeling low or worried.
Please get in touch with us to help us to improve services. Contact Sue for a quick informal chat on
07971 755 079 or email email@example.com.
(NHS 111 can help if you require urgent assistance or help and you’re not sure what to do. Call 111 or go to NHS 111 online: 111.nhs.uk)
Editor's note: The tracker will no longer be updated after 14 October 2020. Please refer to the Patient Experience Library for PPI survey reports.
It goes without saying Covid-19 has completely changed the way people currently live and the pandemic will have significant long-term impacts on people’s health and wellbeing. At Wessex Voices, we’ve been trying to keep track of the surveys capturing public and patient feedback on health and social care services. By bringing some of this intelligence together, everyone can see a richer and more holistic picture of people’s current experiences to inform both short term and longer-term health and care solutions.
Currently we have a list of over 30 surveys from a variety of sources and they have predominantly focussed on either mental health or general health and social care feedback. Local Healthwatch we work with in Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight have also developed their own surveys regarding people’s feedback to inform local services:
Highlights from others who already sharing findings include:
But we know there is more intelligence gathering out there that may help fill gaps around the sector’s collective understanding of people’s experiences of services at this time. Which surveys or reports have you read that are particularly insightful? Share your thoughts and recommendations with us with us by commenting below, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or completing our contact form. By continuing to piece together this information, we can better understand where potential gaps are and work with local partners to consider how best to fill them.