Children and Young People: tell us what you think!
The Council of Europe is an international organisation with 47 member countries. Its work affects 150 million children and young people.
The Council of Europe would like its member countries to improve their health services for children. Your ideas are very important for the countries to be able to make healthcare more child-friendly. The questionnaire you have in front of you has been written so that a group of Council of Europe experts can find out which areas could be improved. Can you help them understand what child-friendly healthcare means for you by answering some questions?
It would be very useful if you could complete this questionnaire before the 25/7/2011.
Anything you wish to say will not be shared with anyone else. The Council of Europe will make sure that all answers received are put together in such a way that the group of experts writing about child friendly healthcare will not know which answers are yours.
You don’t have to answer every question. Just answer the questions you think apply to you and the ones that you feel happy to answer.
You don’t have to answer the questions on your own. If you would prefer to ask the help of a friend or an adult please do that.
If you’re upset by any of the questions, please tell an adult you trust why you’re upset.
If you want to send your views to us in a different way (such as a with a drawing, a photograph or a report) please do this, by emailing or posting it to the following address: email@example.com, Health Division, A6.47.C, Council of Europe/ Conseil de l'Europe, Agora Building, 1 quai Jacoutot, F-67075 Strasbourg Cedex – France.