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  • Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland - Lived Experience Survey

    Created: 21/06/2018

    Are you living with a chest, heart or stroke condition? Or perhaps you have a loved one or a friend living with one of these conditions? If so then you can help Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS) with their first ever Lived Experience Survey.

    One in five people in Scotland are living with chest or heart conditions, or have had a stroke. The survey seeks the views of those who have been personally affected by these conditions, and they are asking you to complete the short questionnaire based on your own personal experience.

    They want to know how your life has changed? What matters most to you?  What help and support has made the most difference?

    The results will mean they can highlight to Scotland’s key influencers – such as the Scottish Government, local authorities and the NHS – what the reality of living with these conditions is like, and the issues that are most important to the people who are at the heart of what they do. They will also be able to use your expertise to help them shape the support and services that they provide across the country.

    To take part in the survey please click here.

    The survey is open to responses until Tuesday 31 July 2018.

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