Give your feedback
What you tell your NHS about health and care services is really important. Your feedback is used to make decisions about the local health services you use. By telling us what you think, we can make sure that your services are planned and designed around what local people need, supporting everyone in Bradford district and Craven to be Happy, Healthy, at Home.
We would love even more people in Bradford district and Craven to tell us what they think about using their NHS. You can give a piece of one-off feedback about your experiences or get involved with our work on a more regular basis. No matter how much you choose to contribute, you’ll be making a difference to your local services.
There are a few different ways you can give your feedback:
- telling us directly about your experience
- consultations and current projects
- volunteering for a group
You can also watch the video below to find out more about how we work with local communities and involved people in the work that we do:
By getting involved, you help your NHS to:
- understand people’s experiences of local health services
- see where we are doing well and where we need to improve
- make sure that something is done with your feedback.
Your feedback makes sure that your NHS can:
- put patients and the public at the centre of all our work
- make sure our culture is patient-focused
- use the voice of patients and the public to make decisions about your local services
- improve experiences and health outcomes
Your feedback is important because:
- poor patient experiences and poor health outcomes are linked to health inequalities
- patient experience is linked to the quality of a service and how good that service is
- when people get involved in the decisions made about their local services, their clinical health outcomes improve
- if people understand their treatment and are involved in their health and care, they have better health outcomes.
How we share your information
We record the information that you tell us when giving us your feedback. When we report back on what people tell us, we do not share or publish any information which identifies individual responses.
But we may use anonymous quotes from what people tell us to highlight specific themes.