Have your Say- UK Parliamentary Group Fibroid Patient Survey on Informed Choice

Fibroid Network UK Patient Survey

All Party Womens Group Survey- Informed Choice for Fibroids Patients

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women’s Health is a cross-party group of MPs and Peers in the UK Parliament of Westminster. The group aims to empower women to ensure that they can make an informed choice about the best treatment for them and that they are treated with dignity and respect.

The survey is available here: Click to go to the Anonymous Survey.

Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/fibroids-informed-choice#

The group has launched an inquiry into whether women are given an informed choice about the treatment options available for particular conditions. The group aims to produce a report which will assess if women are given an informed choice about treatment options and outline what further improvements might need to be made.

Fibroids is a condition the group would like to shine a particular spotlight on in this report and so would like to hear from patients about their own experience of living with and accessing treatment for fibroids.

We would be really grateful for your help in responding to this anonymous survey about your personal experience. Your responses will remain anonymous, but will help to ensure that women in the future are given full information about their treatment options and a fully informed choice about the treatment that suits them.

If you would like any further information about the report or the group’s work more generally please contact the group secretariat by emailing appgwh@pbpoliticalconsulting.com or calling 020 7735 6963. Completing the survey, is a rare opportunity to have your say about your care. You can add , how it can be improved? Whether you feel fully informed about the many fibroid treatments available. Did you understand the treatment options and outcomes. Did you meet your treatment goals? What info would help you in your treatment decisions.




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