They are asking anyone with experience of physiotherapy in the UK to complete their new survey, and tell them what questions need answering. That way they can make sure research focusses on the most urgent needs of patients and promotes health and well being.
Where does stroke come into this?
We conducted a survey of stroke survivors part of our A New Era for Stroke campaign. It suggested that over 80% of people have a physical disability after stroke, and that 38% of those who said their disability was severe also said that their physiotherapy was poor or very poor.
We know that provision of physiotherapy services, especially after patients have left hospital, is just not good enough. That is why we are asking everyone affected, and who are able to, to complete the CSP survey.
It should take between 10-15 minutes to complete, depending on how many questions you have to share. The survey is available online, but can also be printed in English and Welsh language formats and submitted by post.
The deadline to complete and submit the survey is Monday 31 July 2017.
Need more help?
Please contact our research team at email@example.com or call 0207 566 0300 and ask for a member of the research team.
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