West Sussex Patient Survey: COVID-19 Vaccinations: Your views and experiences


COVID-19 Vaccinations: Your views and experiences

We are the independent champion for people using health and social care services in West Sussex.

Each and every time you use a health or care service, tell Healthwatch how that service worked for you. Your views help services to keep up good work and know more about your needs and preferences.

As the COVID-19 Vaccination programme is underway in West Sussex, we at Healthwatch are keen to hear:

Your views on the vaccine and vaccinations for COVID-19
  • Are you happy to receive a vaccination?
  • Do you have any concerns?
  • Would you like to know more?
Personal experiences of the COVID-19 vaccination process
  • How was it for you?
  • How could it be improved for others?
  • Do you feel safer?
  • Will this influence how you behave?
Please take 10-15 minutes to tell us how you feel.

Your answers will help us understand public and patient opinion, which we will share with health and care providers and decision-makers to inform and improve the vaccination process.

For the design, sharing and follow up work of this survey, Healthwatch have partnered with the two local GP federations; Innovations in Primary Care (IPC) and Alliance for Better Care (ABC).

The closing date for the survey is midnight on 31st March 2021.

Any responses you provide will be anonymous unless you choose to provide us with your details. We will collate individual responses during the analysis, but this will not include identifiable personal information.

Healthwatch West Sussex is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy and security. We process any personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations [GDPR] and the 2018 Data Protection Act.

1. How old are you? *


2. Where do you live?

Click here to find out which local authority area you live in. *


3. Please identify if any of the following apply to you:

Please tick all that apply


4. Have you received a vaccination for COVID-19? *