Patients Association reports cover a range of topics across health and social care.
Through listening to patients, their families and the professionals caring for them, we address issues around access to services, patient engagement, quality of care and patient safety.
Our focus is on improving patient experience, and recommendations in our reports help to form the basis of our future campaigns.
Our report on patients' views of internal and external aspects of their local GP practice premisesRead more
Our report about patients’ experiences of being switched onto biosimilar medicines from biologicsRead more
Our new checklist helps to identify those living in the community at risk of undernutritionRead more
This Charter identifies key pledges both patients and healthcare professionals will abide by while in a residential care setting.Read more
Can the retention rate of registered nursing staff be improved by collaborative development?Read more
This report is a qualitative study looking at the medicines related care of people with dysphagia living in care homes.Read more
Are Clinical Commissioning Groups fulfilling their stewardship responsibilities in the battle against antibiotic resistance?Read more
Early diagnosis of serious medical conditions such as cancer is essential to improving patient health outcomes.Read more
This report looks at in-patient meal service preferences while in hospital, providing insight into the experience.Read more
We’re calling for increased health and social care education, so that we can all be better champions of our own health.Read more
We led a panel of experts in a discussion to address the negative cycle of cancer care that can sometimes exist in the UK.Read more
Undernutrition in children is an increasing problem for children in the UK, but how do we work to improve this situation?Read more