Consultation outcome

Women's Health Strategy: Call for Evidence

Applies to England

This consultation has concluded

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Results of the ‘Women’s Health – Let’s talk about it’ survey (print version)

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Annex A -- survey data tables

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Detail of outcome

For 14 weeks, from March to June 2021, the UK government sought views on women’s health issues and women’s experiences of the healthcare system in England. This first analytical report summarises feedback from nearly 100,000 individuals who responded to the ‘Women’s Health – Let’s talk about it’ survey component of the consultation. This has directly informed Our Vision for the Women’s Health Strategy for England.

A second report on the written submissions received from experts and organisations will be published by spring 2022, alongside the full Women’s Health Strategy for England.

Original consultation

Summary

This call for evidence is seeking to collect views on women’s health. It will run for a period of 14 weeks and is open to everyone aged 16 or over.

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Consultation description

We’re seeking your views to help inform the development of the government’s Women’s Health Strategy. The easiest way to participate in the call for evidence as an individual is by completing the public survey.

We also welcome written submissions from individuals or organisations who have expertise in women’s health, such as researchers and third-sector organisations. Written submissions can include the contribution of data, research and other reports of relevance to women’s health.

The consultation documents provide further guidance.

Everyone aged 16 and over is welcome to contribute to the call for evidence.

Documents

Published 8 March 2021
Last updated 23 December 2021 + show all updates
  1. Added the government response.

  2. Add the questions from the survey to the consultation document.

  3. The call for evidence will be extended by 2 weeks. The new closing date is 11:45pm on 13 June 2021.

  4. Added a link to the easy read version of the online survey.

  5. First published.