Because We All Care

Healthwatch are working with the Care Quality Commission to bring you a new campaign

We all care about our health and social care services, that’s why we’re asking you to support the new campaign we are launching with the CQC – #BecauseWeAllCare, encouraging the public to share their experiences, both good and bad, to help improve services. As well as promoting the benefits of giving feedback and why it’s so important, it will also be an opportunity for us to collect people’s views on key local issues.

The #BecauseWeAllCare campaign will begin on Wednesday 8th July and we need you to help spread the word.
There are some social media posting examples at the bottom of the page.

Why should you get involved?

As health and social care services work to provide the best possible care during COVID-19, public feedback can play a crucial role to help us identify and address issues that affect the quality of people’s care.

Together we can help services across Hull improve the care they provide now, and in the future. We’re here to listen and act on public feedback to improve care for you and others – helping patients, key workers, and our communities.

 

How can you encourage people to share their experiences?

Support the campaign

 

Following an experience with a health or social care service, patients and carers can share their feedback – both positive and negative – with their local Healthwatch or the CQC by completing an online form.: https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/because-we-all-care

By encouraging your followers on social media to complete the survey , sharing the campaign with local stakeholders and the public, or even putting up a poster where you work, you can help people share their experiences of care during COVID-19 – because we all care.

 

Twitter: general messages

 

Example 1

 

Your feedback is vital to improving NHS and social care services in Hull. Tell us about your experience online: https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/because-we-all-care 📞 by phone 07593261312💻 or by email Enquires@healthwatchkingstonuponhull.co.uk #BecauseWeAllCare

 

Example 2

 

As we respond to #COVID19, you can help us ensure NHS and social care services in Hull have the information they need to rebuild and reset. Tell us about your experience, in a @HealthwatchHull short, confidential survey: https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/because-we-all-care #BecauseWeAllCare

 

Example 3

 

#BecauseWeAllCare is a new initiative highlighting the importance of providing feedback on your experiences of care. Play your part and help the NHS and social care services recover from the effects of #COVID19 by telling us your experiences: https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/because-we-all-care @HealthwatchHull

 

 

Facebook: general messages

 

Example 1

 

Our NHS and social care services need help to know how to improve following the COVID19 crisis. We have the power to make change happen, but we need you to tell us about your experiences of care in Hull so that we can help rebuild and reset our local NHS together.

Play your part and take just five minutes to share your experience in our short, confidential survey today: https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/because-we-all-care #BecauseWeAllCare

 

Example 2

 

As routine inspections of health and social care services have been paused during the COVID-19 pandemic, your feedback is now more vital to ensure services can provide you and your loved ones with the highest possible standard of care.

We’ll use your feedback to help NHS and social care decision makers in Hull know how they can improve care based on YOUR needs. Share your experiences today in this short, confidential survey 👉 https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/because-we-all-care #BecauseWeAllCare

 

 

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