Urgent and Emergency Care - winter pressures survey

The NHS in Greater Manchester is looking to develop its understanding of why some people within Greater Manchester inappropriately access urgent and emergency care and wants to support people to access the right services and understand how to make that choice.

Funding has been agreed with NHS England to develop our awareness of the public’s understanding of services and how they choose to access care. As part of this work Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership has worked with GMCVO to create a survey to explore these issues in more detail to and provide insight from local communities. 

Any findings from the survey will be used to help health and care professionals in Greater Manchester better understand why people access the NHS services in the way that they do and what communications might help to support people to make the best choices to get the help they need. 

Participate in the survey here
The survey will take about 20 minutes to complete and is open until 12pm Friday 10th December 2021. 

Grants of up to £1,000 are available to GM VCSE organisations to carry out engagement work with communities to support the completion of this survey and the further gathering of intelligence. Find out more about the grant programme here. The deadline for grant applications is Friday 12th November.


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