Experiences of End of Life Care for relatives, friends and carers

The East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups are revising our end of life care strategy for people of all ages.  We are working with key stakeholders, such as patients, carers and healthcare professionals to ensure we get the strategy right – for patients, families, commissioners and providers.  

We would like to understand people's experiences of end of life care.  If you are a carer, parent, relative, friend or healthcare professional for a person or child registered with a GP in East Berkshire who is receiving palliative or end of life care we could like to hear from you.

We appreciate that death and dying can be hard subjects to talk about, which is why any insight you can give is so valuable to us and important in improving services for others in the future. You can remain anonymous if you would like.

All responses are anonymous and there is the option to leave contact details should you wish. The responses you give will not be attributed to you, whether or not you supply contact details, and will remain confidential.

The information you provide will help us develop our local strategy and plan future services. 

Please note that some of the questions may not apply to you; please skip them if they do not apply.

This survey has now closed, thank you for your interest.

Survey Details

Name Experiences of End of Life Care for relatives, friends and carers
Description Experiences of End of Life Care for carers, relatives and friends
Dates From 21 Feb 2018 at 00:00 to 28 Mar 2018 at 23:59.
Status Closed
Consultation Topic Young People, Families, Older People, Carers, Physical diabilities, Learning disabilities, Autism / Asperger's, Long term conditions e.g. diabetes, neurological conditions, Black, minority and ethnic issues, Cardiac, Cancer, Stroke, GP services, Community hospitals, Joint health and social care issues