How do you think health data should be shared and used?

The CLIMB Project is a national survey gathering patient and public opinions on sharing NHS health data across the UK, for both healthcare and research purposes.

The Research Delivery team within Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust are helping to publicise this new project and are encouraging service users, carers and staff from the Trust to share their opinions. The survey is open to anyone over the age of 16 living in the UK and is looking to find out more about:

  • How much people understand about health data sharing?
  • How should identifiable and de-identified health data be shared (or not)?
  • Who are you willing to share your data with?
  • Would you be willing to share all of your health data equally (for clinical or research purposes)?
  • What might a health data consent form look like?

This anonymous survey is available to complete online and takes approx. 20 minutes to complete. Please indicate that you heard about the study from Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust.

Please click here for the survey

To find out more about The CLIMB Project visit