Pulse Check survey: Accessing services in Lincolnshire during the Coronavirus pandemic
Throughout July, the NHS in Lincolnshire undertook a Pulse Check survey: Accessing services in Lincolnshire during the Coronavirus pandemic.
This survey aimed to understand how the public have adapted the way they accessed Health and Care services and their use of digital technology during Covid 19 as well as their preferences for this in the future. The survey was live between 2 to 31 July 2020 and 584 responses were received.
We are pleased to release a report of these findings which has been shared widely with our NHS organisations, staff and stakeholders. The valuable feedback received will help to inform our projects and programmes and identify areas for further engagement.
Read the report here.
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