Tell us your views on health data
Health data is information that is routinely collected about you in the course of providing your treatment and care by the NHS or social care. It is used to provide your care, and sometimes also for clinical research or service planning, to improve care for others.
However, there are ways of controlling how your health data is used - and this study is looking at the different options, based on your feedback.
Researchers based at the University of Cambridge would like to know your views on how your health data should be used.
To take part, all you need to do is to visit the study website and complete the online questionnaire. You should be aged 16 years or older and be a UK resident. When you complete the survey, please click the "Nottingham University Hospitals" option in the section which asks you where you heard about the study.
How we use your data
If you want to know how we currently use your health data as part of clinical research at NUH, you can find this in our Patients and Public pages.