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Tell us your experience

Tell us your experience

Patient Research Experience Survey

If you are taking part in a research trial at NUH, then we'd like to know what you think.

The Patient Research Experience Survey is managed by the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network East Midlands and is part of the work we are doing together to get the views of people across the region.

How will my feedback help?

The information you give us will be used to understand:

  • what works best for patients in the way we do research in the NHS
  • where we can make helpful changes in the way we do things

How do I give my feedback?

You can complete the questionnaire on the NIHR Patient Research Experience survey website. You can do the survey now by opening this link.

The survey covers research that takes place in hospitals or in NHS community facilities, GP surgeries and other locations. Please choose the facility where your research appointments took place.

How will my information will be used?

It is your choice to fill in the questionnaire. We won't ask for any personal information about you, if you do choose to fill it in. Your responses to the questions will be treated in confidence. Whether you decide to fill in the questionnaire or not, your treatment or your participation in research won't be affected in any way.

Where can I see the results?

You can see the results of the 2019/20 survey for NUH on this website. Your can also see a summary of the results for NUH in the drop-down menu below.

Your experience of research

Patient Research Experience Survey results 2019-20

Summary of the results of patient feedback from 2019-20

Patient Research Experience Survey results 2018-19

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