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Consultations and Surveys

As experts in your field, you are best placed to influence and shape policy, practice and services.

This section of our website allows you to do just that! Here you will find a range of opportunities through which to have your voice heard including consultations research and surveys.

Healthcare professionals survey

Nutrition, hunger and children’s health – your views on Free School Meals

Rising child poverty and the cost of living crisis have put additional pressures on healthcare professionals and may be impacting on children’s health. We have been campaigning for change as part of the No Child Left Behind campaign. We are working with health professionals, from dentists to school nurses to paediatricians, to get frontline perspective on the link between poor nutrition and hunger with poor health outcomes for children. Will you take a 3 minute survey to help us advocate for a healthy future for every child?


Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advises UK health departments on immunisation

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) is considering whether to introduce varicella (chickenpox) vaccination into the childhood vaccination schedule

We would like to invite you to take part in a survey about chickenpox vaccination


The National Events Management Service (NEMS) was created to improve the timeliness of information received by various HCPs. It does so by facilitating the sharing of patient healthcare information (referred to as events), through a publishing and subscription model.


PHE would like to invite you to take part in a focus group to explore perceptions about air pollution advice


Smart New World was published by the QNI in 2012 and again in 2016. Ten years later we think it is time to assess the level of progress and development in digital technology you use at work since the report was published. We are particularly interested in any effect (positive or negative) it has had on workloads.

QNI have created a new survey to inform this work. It takes about 8 minutes and is open to anyone providing nursing services in the community. 

Nursing In the Digital Age 2022 

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