A national learning event took place in June 2014, to explore how best to present data from the Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) in order to drive improvement.
This presentation was 'Thinking about getting data used' - Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI.
Outcomes from the event will help to shape the future presentation of CPES data, so that it is more accessible and easier for professionals and the public to use and interpret.
The event was held by NHS Improving Quality's Experience of Care team, in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, and NHS England's Insight team, to bring together cancer managers, lead nurses and lead clinicians. They heard from speakers including patient Bonnie Green, Ben Page, chief executive of Ipsos Mori, and Sean Duffy, National Clinical Director for cancer. Delegates also undertook group activity looking at the barriers that exist in translating data into improvement, and tailoring data for the right audiences.
The event forms part of NHS Improving Quality's wider work with NHS England looking at how the NHS is using the CPES data to reduce variation in the cancer patient experience. CPES, part of the national survey programme commissioned by NHS England, generates data and insight into the experiences of cancer patients.
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