Participants’ responses to the National Patient Experience Survey are used to inform improvements in hospital care. By clicking on the images below, you can see what is happening in hospitals around the country and what Patient Representatives think of the survey.
Improvements in care
Why take part in the survey?
Patient Liaison Officer, Ger Kilkelly and Patient Council Members Ann Nethaway and Phyllis MacNamara at University Hospital Galway talk aboutRead more.
GDPR and the National Patient Experience Survey Programme
Find out how the National Patient Experience Survey complies with GDPR here.Read more.
Academic call: secondary analysis of survey responses
For details of funding for secondary analysis of qualitative survey data, please see here.Read more.
Your Hospital Journey to Home at Mercy University Hospital
Find out about the 'Your Hospital Journey to Home' campaign, a quality improvement initiative in Mercy University Hospital.Read more.
Antibiotics planning in University Hospital Kerry
University Hospital Kerry (UHK), in conjunction with the Antimicrobials Stewardship Committee, has prepared a leaflet for patients who are dischargedRead more.
Supporting positive ageing at University Hospital Kerry
'Reeling Back the Years' is a weekly, evening entertainment session currently being piloted in University Hospital Kerry (UHK).Read more.
Professionalism in public acute hospitals
Professionalism in public acute hospitalsRead more.
Tallaght University Hospital
Catering staff in Tallaght University Hospital now use tablets to take patients' orders.Read more.
Galway University Hospital
See the work Galway University Hospital are doing to improve patient experience in their hospital.Read more.
What else should be flagged from the results of the survey?
In this video, patient representative Kay Caball tells us what stood out to her about the results of the survey.Read more.