We are carrying out this survey on behalf of the Pharmaceutical Marketing Society (PM Society). The PM Society is a not-for-profit organisation that believes that creating and improving healthcare communications leads to better outcomes for patients by supporting organisations and people in healthcare, recognising excellence and promoting best practice, and providing education and development.
Within the PM Society, the Patient Engagement Interest Group (PEIG) is run by a group of volunteers that look at how the industry (healthcare and pharmaceutical companies) can work and engage better with patients. This survey is being carried out to assess the health information needs of patients, caregivers relatives and friends. There is a lot of health information out there, and PEIG is trying to find out:
- What health information you need and when you need it
- Where and how you find this information
- What information is useful and what is not
- What information is missing or is difficult to find
- In what format you would like the information to be presented
When answering this short questionnaire, please keep these thoughts in mind:
- The survey will take around 7 minutes to complete.
- All those completing the survey will be given the option to enter a draw to win 1 of 3 x £25 Amazon vouchers.
This survey will close on 10th September and is open to everyone.
We truly value and appreciate your assistance and feedback. Please be assured that your personal information will not be sent to any third parties but anonymised responses will be shared with the PEIG group and the PM society. Please note talkhealth is GDPR compliant.
Thank you for your help.
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