Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee has recently launched a major inquiry into the future of primary health care in Scotland.
The Committee wants to hear from individuals about what they feel the future of primary health care delivery should look like, and have developed a short online survey to capture individuals’ insights.
Further information about the inquiry, including a short video from Lewis MacDonald MSP, Convener of the Committee, can be found on the Scottish Parliament website.
They are particularly keen to hear from Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities on any issues in they experience in accessing primary health care, and their thoughts on how to improve these.
The key focus of this stage of the enquiry is the opinions and lived experiences of individuals, as opposed to organisations, charities or groups.
The survey is open until Tuesday 30th April, and should take only 5 minutes to complete. Hard copies are also available on request.
To submit your response to the online survey, please visit the SmartSurvey page.
Alternatively, to request a hard copy of the survey (along with a pre-paid return envelope), contact Paul Anderson by phone: 0131 348 5357, by mobile: 07789941144, or email: Paul.Anderson@parliament.scot