Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Background to the Hospital Pathways programme This content relates to the following topics: Patient experience Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Tuesday 29 June 2010 Joanne Watson, clinical lead for the Point of Care Hospital Pathways programme, discusses how it has been working so far.Related contentAudioJoanne Watson on her involvement in the Hospital Pathways programme Joanne Watson discusses her background and her role as clinical lead for the Point of Care Hospital Pathways programme. AudioExamples of care pathways used in the Hospital Pathways programme Joanne Watson, clinical lead for the Point of Care Hospital Pathways Programme, talks through examples of the care pathways from her own experience. AudioThe future of the Hospital Pathways programme Joanne Watson, clinical lead for The Point of Care Hospital Pathways programme, talks about what the future holds for the programme and what she hopes it will achieve. You may also be interested in Press release The King's Fund responds to the 2022 GP Patient Survey results GPs are working harder than ever before, yet these findings in the 2022 GP Patient Survey results show a dramatic fall in patients' experience of getting an appointment. Blog Adult social care: why it has even lower public satisfaction than the NHS The public has grasped what people who use social care already knew: it doesn’t provide all the support they need. Laura Schlepper, from Nuffield Trust, and Simon Bottery explore the data from the British Social Attitudes survey. Paid event Digital health and care congress 2022 Report Public satisfaction with the NHS and social care in 2021: Results from the British Social Attitudes survey Overall satisfaction with the NHS fell to 36 per cent – an unprecedented 17 percentage point decrease on 2020.