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  • NHS Staff Survey Results 2022 (9 March 2023)


    • UK
    • Data, research and analysis
    • Pre-existing
    • Original author
    • No
    • NHS
    • 09/03/23
    • Everyone

    Summary

    The NHS Staff Survey is one of the largest workforce surveys in the world and is carried out every year to improve staff experiences across the NHS. It asks staff in England about their experiences of working for their respective NHS organisations. 636,384 staff responded to the survey in 2022. The full results of the 2022 NHS Staff Survey are published on the NHS Staff Survey website.

    Content

    Key points included:

    Standard of care

    • 62.9% of staff said that they are happy with the standard of care provided by their organisation, which is down 4.8 percentage points from last year, and is now 11.3 percentage points lower than in 2020 (74.2%).
    • While all types of Trust have deteriorated on this measure year on year since 2020, the decline is most marked in Ambulance Trusts, having declined more than 18 percentage points since 2020, from 75.0% to 56.7%.

    Safety to speak up

    • 61.5% of staff said that they feel safe to speak up about anything that concerns them in their organisation. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (62.1%).
    • 48.7% of staff said were confident that their organisation would address their concern. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (49.8%).

    Responding to concerns

    • 69.1% of staff agree that their organisation acts on concerns raised by patients/services users. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (72.1%).
    •  71.9% of staff said that they would feel secure raising concerns about unsafe clinical practice, which is down by 3.1 percentage points. There was a decline across all types of trust, although agreement remains highest in Community Trusts (80.9%) and Mental Health & Learning Disability and Mental Health, Learning Disability & Community Trusts (76.8%).
    • 56.7% of staff said that they were confident that their organisation would address their concern. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (59.5%).

    Workforce pressures

    • 42.9% of staff said that they are able to meet all the conflicting demands on their time at work. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (43%).
    • 26.4% of staff said there are enough staff at their organisation for them to do their job properly. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (27.1%).
    • 55.6% of staff say have adequate materials, supplies and equipment to do their work. This represents a slight decline from 2021 (57.3%). 
    NHS Staff Survey Results 2022 (9 March 2023) https://www.nhsstaffsurveys.com/results/national-results/
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