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Each month talkhealth runs a health-related survey asking for your feedback and opinions on a wide range of topics covering both specific and general health conditions.
The short survey will comprise no more than 20 questions with easy to pick answers, along with an opportunity to voice your opinion.
Survey on: Sun Awareness
Survey closes: 11 August 2016
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Throughout the warmer months, while we’re enjoying our holidays and weekend barbecues, it’s easy to forget the dangers of too much sun exposure. From burnt skin to sun damaged skin, the sun can bring with it all sorts of problems if you are not protected.
Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world, and numbers of sufferers are rising year by year. At least 100,000 new cases are diagnosed each year, and over 2500 die from the disease.
Last year we conducted a survey which looked into sun awareness, and peoples understanding of the dangers of too much sun exposure; now we want to see whether this awareness and understanding has changed.
We're looking to learn as much as we can about people’s awareness of skin cancer, and their knowledge of the signs, symptoms and causes of skin cancer. Whether you have, or have previously had skin cancer, or you just want to share your thoughts on sun awareness in general, we would love to have your input. All of your answers will be anonymous and will not be shared with any third parties under any circumstances whatsoever.
Everyone who completes this survey will automatically be entered into a free prize draw for 1 of 75 x Insect Sprays. All winners will be chosen after the survey closes on Tuesday 16th of August 2016.
Recent survey results
Survey on: Bladder Survey
Survey closed 4 July 2016
In May 2016, talkhealth undertook an extensive survey on its membership around concerns and awareness of bladder issues. It is estimated that bladder problems affect over 14 million people in the UK today. Despite bladder problems affecting so many of us, with people of all ages being at risk of developing a bladder issue, not just the elderly as so commonly thought, these problems are still not as openly discussed as they should be. As part of the development of our upcoming new bladder hub, we looked to our membership to help us understand better such concerns.
In total, 1,205 people completed the survey. The vast majority were female (87%), and the most common age bracket they fell into was between 41 and 50.
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