Share you experience - Announcing The 2020 National Kidney Patient Survey - Kidney PREM

September 22 2020
Each year Kidney Care UK and the Renal Association undertake a national survey of kidney patients' experiences. This survey is conducted across all units and the information gained provides the basis for units to compare their performance and identify areas to improve. It also provides input to the identification of national renal initiatives. This year's, for obvious reasons, is only available online. Please take a moment to read the letter below and follow the links to complete the survey. Have your say and make a difference!


Dear Patient,

We need kidney care to always be improving.  
It’s by listening to patients and getting their feedback that we can make change happen and improve services.

Kidney PREM (Patient Reported Experience Measures) is the patient survey that is the information basis for those changes. You can find out more by reading this leaflet about the survey, 2019 results and how the survey has been used to make change happen.

Share your experience of kidney care: access the survey using a mobile phone, or other digital device.
The online patient experience survey can be completed from 1 October 2020, please find the link to the survey here

The online survey will be live for six weeks from 1st October – 12th November.
The survey is available in English, Welsh, Urdu اُردُو and Gujarati ગુજરાતી and is completely anonymous.
Results from the survey will be published in spring 2021.

Thank you!

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