NHS England is now running the second annual national 360 stakeholder survey on Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) in collaboration with AHSNs.
The aim of this survey is to provide the opportunity for individuals and organisations who are members of, or who have worked with an AHSN(s) to give feedback on this experience. This information will be used to understand how each AHSN can most effectively service those who it collaborates with and how it can best deliver on its organisational goals.
This research is managed independently by YouGov on behalf of NHS England. All work is carried out in accordance with the Market Research Society Code of Conduct and in compliance with UK data protection legislation. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential unless specific permission is given to forward you details. If you have any technical queries regarding the survey, please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete depending on your answers. You can provide feedback on AHSNs as a whole or on individual AHSNs by clicking on the appropriate link below.
To comment on the AHSNs as a whole, please click the survey link her:
To provide feedback on an individual AHSN, please click the relevant survey link below:
- East Midlands AHSN
- Eastern AHSN
- Greater Manchester AHSN
- Imperial College Health Partners AHSN
- Kent Surrey Sussex AHSN
- North East North Cumbria AHSN
- North West Coast AHSN
- Oxford AHSN
- Health Innovation Network AHSN
- South West AHSN
- UCL Partners AHSN
- Wessex AHSN
- West Midlands AHSN
- West of England AHSN
- Yorkshire and Humber AHSN
The survey will be open until 16 September 2016 and national findings will be posted on this webpage in the Autumn.
Last year the results showed that AHSNs are viewed positively by members and the individuals who have worked with them, with over 70% of stakeholders recommending working with the AHSNs. The detailed findings will help AHSNs to understand their progress, to highlight areas of good practice and identify areas for further development. The report presents the aggregated national level findings from the survey; each of the 15 AHSNs has their own bespoke report.
Thank you very much for your participation.