Alliance Patient Leader heads up national award

East of England Cancer Alliance Board and Patient Advisory Board member, John Reeve, has launched a new national award scheme based on use of the National Cancer Patient Experience Survey.

The scheme was the brainchild of John, who successfully brought together NHS England, Macmillan and Public Health England in order to turn his vision into reality.

The awards were launched at the PHE Cancer Services, Data and Outcomes Conference on June 20, with the first awards to be made at the 2019 conference.

There is still time to influence award categories, but broadly they will cover any service improvement programme where NCPES data has been used to improve and measure cancer patients’ experience of care.

With the NCPES 2017 results due out in August, now is a good time to think about use of cancer patient experience data and whether your improvement programme might warrant a national award!

Further information can be found on the attached flyer: 


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