The Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey is a new national initiative to gather feedback from children and young people and their parents/carers on the cancer care and treatment received. This will help us to understand what is good about children and young people’s cancer care and identify how we can make improvements.
The survey is currently conducted by Picker Institute Europe on behalf of NHS England and NHS Improvement. The results are published on the Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience website.
These are the latest Official Statistics for England for the Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey:
National reports include both quantitative and qualitative outputs. These include a thematic analysis of the open-ended written feedback provided within the survey.
Local reports are available for Principal Treatment Centres. These are designed to inform providers about their patients’ experiences and to identify areas for local improvement.
- PTC (Principal Treatment Centre) reports
Pre-release access list
Pre-release access list for the results of the Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey.
For further information about the published statistics, please contact:
NHS England & NHS Improvement
Leeds LS2 7UE
How to provide feedback about the results
NHS England & NHS Improvement intends to ensure that our published statistics meet the needs of people who use them. We are committed to making information as accessible and useful as possible.
We therefore welcome feedback from users of the statistics and will consider your comments when reviewing future presentation of the statistics.
You can tell us what you think by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively we welcome your comments via our User Feedback Form.