Dignity in Care Public Survey Report

October 2017

Hospital Management

Country of origin: UK

This report provides a detailed summary of the Department of Health?s online public survey on Dignity in Care, set up to hear directly from the public about their own experiences of being treated with dignity by care services, or about care they had seen being provided to others.

In June 2006, the Minister for Care Services, Ivan Lewis, launched an online survey to hear directly from the public about their own experiences of being treated with dignity in care services, or about care they had seen provided to others.

The main report of the survey and the report on people?s views are available online.

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