Healthwatch Bucks Remote Mental Health Support Survey

Closes 30 Sep 2021

Opened 18 May 2021

Overview

Healthwatch Bucks

Healthwatch Bucks is asking for those in Buckinghamshire, who, over the past 12 months, have been given support for their mental health remotely, via telephone or video call. 

Over the past 12 months, more people have been having mental health appointments remotely, via telephone or video call.

As a result of this, we want to hear the experiences of adult patients (18-65) in Buckinghamshire having remote mental health treatment.

To take part in the survey, please click on the link at the bottom of this page.

Healthwatch Bucks is the county’s independent health and social care champion. We exist to ensure that people are at the heart of care. Teams of staff and volunteers listen to what people like about local health and social care services, and what could be improved. These views are then shared with the decision-making organisations, so together a real difference can be made.

What happens next?

We will write reports based on what people tell us and your responses will be summarised in the reports. We will share our findings with the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, which provide mental health support in Bucks. We will highlight what is going well and what could be improved by the provider. Therefore, our reports will be available on our website.

This survey does not collect any data that can be used to identify you. Please do not include any personal information like names or detailed health notes in the free-text responses.Lastly, If you would like us to send you a paper copy of the survey please leave a message for us on 01844 348839, we will ring you back and take your answers over the phone.

Privacy

Please review the Healthwatch Bucks data protection policy. By completing this form, you agree that you have read and understood the privacy information provided, and confirm you are over 18.

Your email address will not be published.

Interests

  • Health
  • Mental health and wellbeing