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Share for Better Care

The Share for Better Care campaign, launched by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Healthwatch England in collaboration with National Voices and a range of other excellent partners, aims to encourage everyone to give feedback on their experiences of care, particularly people more likely to experience poorer care and inequalities who are less likely to give their feedback.

  • Health inequalities
  • Lived experience
  • Person-centred care

About the campaign

Feedback is a valuable tool and enables the Care Quality Commission to identify where and how services can improve. Unfortunately, not everyone’s voice is being heard.

Together with CQC, Healthwatch England, and in collaboration with the Race Equality Foundation, National Dignity Council, Royal Association for Deaf people, Challenging Behaviour Foundation, the Patients Association, VoiceAbility and Disability Rights UK, we will look to encourage everyone, especially those experiencing inequalities to feedback on their experiences of care.

It is one of our core beliefs that the voices and experiences of people accessing health and social care services are vital for making sure these services work well for everyone. This is especially important for people experiencing health inequalities.

The Share for Better Care campaign is focusing on collecting experiences from people from seldom-heard communities, including:

  • minority ethnic communities
  • lower-income communities
  • autistic people and people with a learning disability
  • disabled people with physical or sensory impairments

How to support the campaign

Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram and X using the #ShareForBetterCare hashtag.

CQC have developed a stakeholder toolkit with materials to help you support the campaign.

For more information about the campaign, visit CQC’s website:

How people can share their care experiences


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