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Patient survey 2016

Patients are increasingly becoming involved in decisions about their healthcare. Doctors use the term 'shared decision making' to describe this process. Do you currently feel the practice team involve you in decisions about your health care ?

  90%
  4%
  6%

Do you want to be more involved in decisions about your care?

  63%
  31%
  0%
  6%

Shared decision making often involves you receiving more information about your condition and treatment options. How do you feel this is best presented to you ?

  86%
  18%
  9%
  9%

Having received more information about the pros and cons of a decision regarding your care, would you feel confident making decisions about your own health care?

  22%
  36%
  31%
  4%
  7%

There are lots of resources available to help people make important decisions about their healthcare. How could we best make you and other patients aware of how to access them ? Please select one of more option below.

  77%
  27%
  27%
  45%

We currently have a number of local services for particular conditions that patients can refer themselves to without seeing a doctor. Some of these include counselling services, hearing test / hearing aid clinic for over 65s, drug and alcohol services, quit smoking services and we think soon to be physiotherapy. Were you aware that you could self refer to some services ?

  45%
  45%
  0%
  10%

Would you feel happy/confident to self refer into an appropriate service eg counselling if you were feeling depressed or anxious ?

  40%
  31%
  22%
  7%

Do you think we should promote self referral services ?

  63%
  13%
  18%
  6%

How would information about self referral services be best delivered? Choose one or more of the below.

  63%
  50%
  59%
  45%
  27%