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Tell us your views on mental health care

We want to know what mental health care is like for young people.

You may be sent a letter inviting you to take part in this important survey. This is because you have used community mental health services during April and May 2024.
Survey invitations will be sent out in August and September 2024.

Help us to improve your services

If you are invited to take part, your name, phone number, and postal address will be used by researchers to carry out the survey.
Your information will not be shared with anyone else, and all published data is anonymised.

If you do not want to take part, or if you have any questions please contact:

  • Telephone: 0116 2950830
  • Email: lpt.pals@nhs.net
  • Post: Freepost LPT Patient Experience

Do I have to take part?

Taking part is voluntary and all answers are confidential.

If you do not want to take part, it will not affect the care you receive from the NHS.

I do not want to take part in the survey. What do I do?

If you do not want to take part or have your details shared with researchers, then please let us know by the end of June using the contact details above.

Who is organising this survey?

The survey is being carried out by researchers from this NHS Trust, the Care Quality Commission and the Survey Coordination centre at Picker.

How will the results from the survey be used?

The results will be published on CQC’s website in spring 2025.

Previous survey results.

If I take part, how is my personal data protected?

Your personal data will be held securely and will be treated in strict confidence in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
Your personal data is not used for any other purpose and is deleted once the survey process is complete.
Your answers to the survey are not linked to your name or full address, but researchers analysing the results will use your postcode to undertake geographical analysis of overall results.

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