Share for Better Care campaign: stakeholder toolkit

Page last updated: 13 March 2024

Focus on people who are more likely to experience inequalities in access, experiences and outcomes.

We want more people to share care experiences with us. You can use the materials in this toolkit to help you support our campaign.

How long does the campaign run?

Share for Better Care will run for over 14 months until April 2025. The campaign is a partnership between CQC and Healthwatch. Other partners supporting the campaign include the Race Equality Foundation, National Dignity Council, Royal Association for Deaf people, National Voices, Challenging Behaviour Foundation, Patients Association, VoiceAbility and Disability Rights UK.

How can you get involved?

You can support the campaign in the following ways:

  • sharing campaign messaging and assets on social media
  • retweeting or resharing content from CQC and other partners social channels
  • contributing people's stories and case studies
  • supporting the campaign on your website (for example, campaign landing page or blogs)
  • use campaign materials to develop your own content and to collect feedback about care for your organisation
  • highlighting the campaign in other communications (for example, newsletters).

Would you like to share your story?

If you've got a story about how feedback has helped bring about a positive outcome for a patient, we'd love you to share it. Use #ShareForBetterCare to tag in our campaign.

About Share for Better Care

Jointly developed by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Healthwatch England, Share for Better Care builds on the success of our previous Because We All Care campaign. 

Because We All Care campaign resulted in over 90,000  people sharing their experiences. Information which has helped inform how CQC regulates services, as well as the recommendations, Healthwatch has made at a national and local level to professionals about service improvements.

Thank you for your support.