Share your experience of digestive conditions to help us move forward

Posted on the 20th January 2017

We are conducting an important research project to help us better understand the needs and experiences of people affected by digestive conditions.  We are presently reviewing and shaping Core’s future direction and need your input to help us put the needs of those affected by digestive conditions at the heart of what we do.

If you, a family member or a friend have a digestive condition, or have had one in the past, we would like to hear from you.  Please tell us about your experiences, views and priorities by clicking on the link below (or copy and paste it into your web browser) and fill in the survey:

https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=148458640560

The survey is being conducted for us by a specialist research agency, Alterline. If you have any questions or difficulties with the survey, please contact Danielle at Alterline by email at danielle.lancaster@alterline.co.uk or on 0161 605 0862.

Please note, your responses will remain anonymous and I’m afraid that we’re unable to respond to any questions you put in your survey responses.  However if you would like to discuss the project, please don’t hesitate to contact me using the details below.

The questionnaire may take around 20 minutes to complete, but please be assured that your responses will genuinely help us to better understand the experiences of people affected by digestive conditions and will be greatly valued by us all at Core as we plan our next steps.

We look forward to hearing your responses and would like to thank you for taking the time to help.

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