We have been out and about across South Tyneside and Sunderland, asking people for their views on the working list of ideas we have developed so far.
We have also developed a set of ‘draft desirable evaluation criteria’ based on the views of over 9,000 people captured during staff, patient and public engagement carried out during 2018 and have asked people how they might prioritise our draft desirable evaluation criteria.
Our Desirable Evaluation Criteria Survey closed at midnight on Sunday 31st March 2019.
Do you want to know more and give more in-depth views on our draft desirable evaluation criteria?
As well as the clinical drivers for changing hospital services, we know there are a whole variety of other factors which are important to staff and local people and a key way to refine the working list of ideas will be to apply a set of desirable evaluation criteria.
We have developed a set of ‘draft desirable evaluation criteria’ based on the views of over 9,000 people captured during staff, patient and public engagement carried out during 2018. We sought further views on the draft criteria through an online survey so that people could review what is included and check if they reflect the engagement feedback we received.
This survey closed at midnight on Thursday 28 February 2019.
The final sets of evaluation criteria will be reviewed by the two clinical commissioning group’s governing bodies and used when we work with stakeholders and staff to assess the working ideas.