Survey: for those on student paramedic pathway, prior to university

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As a first year student on the paramedic development diploma pathway (prior to university application), we want to ensure that the learning you receive is of the highest quality.

You are our colleague not just of today, but also the future. It is therefore important that we ensure that your education programme and future education programmes are the best they can be – and make improvements if they aren’t.

Your feedback is valuable to our quality processes. To help inform us of the quality of your taught education programme and the learning in practice, the team at Health Education England (HEE) are running a student survey. This is open to all Trust employed student paramedics, prior to attending university. Paramedic students on programmes at the universities have already completed a survey.

The survey opened today (19th January). If you are a first year diploma paramedic student, you should have received an email to your Trust email account ( from the training team, which contains a direct link to the survey. It should only take around 15 minutes to complete, and within it you’ll be able to share good practice, as well as any concerns you might have about the programme.

The closing date for the survey is Friday, 17th February at 5pm.

By taking part you’re helping to ensure that your programmes are of the highest quality and that the learning reflects the values of the NHS.

Your questionnaire responses are shared with HEE only and will be treated confidentially in the report - in no way will identifiable comments be fed back to your supervisors or EEAST. The survey requests an email address so that HEE can monitor the response rate, but these will be removed from any reports and results.

If you haven’t yet received your email with a survey link, please contact; if you’re having trouble accessing or completing the survey itself, please email and a member of the team will be happy to help you.

Thank you for your time, we value your feedback.

Published 19th January, 2017

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