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Surveys & Consultations

The College is frequently asked to distribute surveys to members on behalf of individuals and organisations undertaking research projects.  We encourage all members to take part as the data gathered may improve services and working lives. 
 

NHS Improvement’s acute adult inpatient services and learning disability services

https://www.collegeofparamedics.co.uk/news/have-your-say-on-nhs-improvements-acute-adult-inpatient-services-and-learning-disability-services

Closing date: 3rd February 2017

Paediatric Education Survey

The College of Paramedics would like to hear your views on the current provision of paediatric education across the UK.  The results will help us to inform the current work being undertaken on Paediatric Curriculum Guidance for UK paramedics.  

 www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MCS8ZT2

Closing date: 31st January 2017

'Extending Working Lives in the NHS: Opportunities, Challenges and Prospects': online research survey
Large numbers of staff leave the NHS, often significantly ahead of their retirement age. We would like to hear your views to address this issue and the Trust is participating in an MRC-funded research study called “Extending working lives in the NHS: opportunities, challenges and prospects” led by the University of Leicester.
We would be grateful if you would spare 8-10 minutes of your time to complete the online survey about plans for your future which is being hosted by University of Bath. All information will be treated in absolute confidence. All responses will be anonymised. No participating NHS Trust or NHS employee will be named in the report to MRC or other publications on findings. The study has been endorsed by the NHS Working Longer Review Group, which includes representatives of health care professional bodies, NHS employers and health sector trade unions. 
https://bathreg.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/your-future-in-the-nhs-survey_l1

Ambulance Violence Survey
Your input is needed on a multi-university, international research survey to examine violence against ambulance personnel. All ambulance personnel are encouraged to participate.  
The purpose of the survey is to obtain the information needed for the design of interventions (including training programs, policies and procedures) to reduce and prevent violence against ambulance personnel around the world.  
Please go to this URL to take the survey: http://www.vaprp.org  

HCPC Launches Consultation on revised Standards of education and training

HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council) has launched a consultation on proposed changes to our standards of education and training. The standards are requirements for pre-registration education and training programmes which are approved by us. Proposed revisions include a new requirement for programmes to include interprofessional education and a new standard to support learners to raise concerns. 

The closing date for this survey is Friday 9th December.

Click here for more information.

 

Consultations on HCPC guidance

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is seeking views on three guidance documents.

Guidance on social media
Revised guidance on confidentiality
Revised guidance on continuing professional development (CPD)

The consultations open today and you can download the consultation documents by clicking here.

The closing date for responses is Friday 13 January 2017