Survey for people who use liver services

A group of politicians from different political parties is interested in finding out how liver services, such as those in hospitals or local health centres, are currently working in this country and what could be done to make them better for the people who use them.

To explore this issue, the group (the All Party Parliamentary Hepatology Group) is going to be holding an inquiry in Parliament to look at the issue in more detail and hear from experts about how things are currently working and what they think needs to be improved.

The group would like to hear from people with liver conditions to find out what their experience of using liver services is like and what they think could be changed.

The Hepatitis C Trust, which provides secretariat support to the Group, has therefore set up this survey for people to fill in so we can build a picture of their experiences.

If you have a liver condition we would be very grateful if you could fill in the survey. We want to hear from people with all liver conditions. There are 17 questions with space at the end for any additional comments. The survey should not take more than 20 minutes to complete. You have the right to withdraw at any point and you do not have to answer any of the questions if you would prefer not to.

Although the questionnaire is anonymous, we would appreciate it if you could fill in a few questions about you. This will help us understand if there are differences in people’s experiences based on their age, gender, ethnicity or type of liver condition they are affected by.

This survey closes on Friday 25th October.

Thank you for your time. If you have any questions, please email or call 020 7089 6220.