2022 NHS Staff Survey Results

The 2022 NHS Staff Survey Results Have Been Released! 

Please view the Northern Care Alliance Results here.

Each autumn everyone who works in the NHS in England is invited to take part in the NHS Staff Survey. The survey offers a snapshot in time of how people experience their working lives, gathered at the same time each year. Its strength is in capturing a national picture alongside local detail, enabling a range of organisations to understand what it is like for staff across different parts of the NHS and work to make improvements.

The aggregated survey results are official statistics, providing a rich source of data that is used by a wide range of NHS organisations to inform understanding of staff experience locally, regionally and nationally. From individual NHS trusts in England and regional staff experience experts to national organisations and programmes such as Trust SMEs, NHS England, Regional / Integrated Care System Leads, Care Quality Commission, Staff Networks, LGBTQ+, Workforce Race Equality Standard, Workforce Disability Equality Standard, Freedom To Speak Up and National Guardians Office, Social Partnership Forum, Temporary Staff Team, Retention Team, Patient Safety, Equality and Health Inequalities Team, Staff Survey Leads and the Pay Review Body.

In 2021 the questions were aligned with the NHS People Promise to track progress against its ambition to make the NHS the workplace we all want it to be by 2024. The fieldwork for the NHS Staff Survey 2022 has taken place and was carried out between September and November 2022.

The Staff Survey Coordination Centre at Picker Institute Europe and the survey’s independent advisory group support NHS England with the implementation of the survey.

To find out more about the survey and to view the FAQ’s page, please follow this link: NHS Staff Survey


Page last updated: 28th June 2023