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We are a research team at NHS England with a mission to elevate the voices of people working in and with community health services. We want to learn more about the challenges facing community health services, the experiences of people providing them, and how they want to be supported. This research will help to ensure that the specific and varying needs of people working in this sector are well understood and put at the heart of digital transformation.  

We would appreciate any time you could give us – whether we can connect for a 15-minute chat over the phone or on Microsoft Teams, or even visit you in-person to learn about how things work on the ground. We will keep you informed about the outcomes of our research, so you can see your valuable contribution. Please contact if you are happy to speak to us.

Have your say! Take part in a brief online survey about the benefits and challenges of School Nurses’ work during the Covid-19 pandemic

This brief online survey will enable you to share your experiences of new ways of working remotely and creatively with children and young people.

Funded by the General Nursing Council for England and Wales Trust researchers from Oxford Brookes University, the University of Birmingham and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust want to find out from school nurses how practices have changed and developed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Your contribution will help to map the new ways of working that were adopted and will inform guidance beyond the pandemic and strengthen service delivery in the long term


NCEPOD Transition study – young person and parent carer online survey – Contacts

NCEPOD are undertaking a study to look at the process of transition from child to adult health services. As part of this study, we are collecting the views of young people and parent carers on the transition process via an online survey.


Title of Study – Safeguarding Victims of Domestic Abuse during Covid-19: Challenges and Opportunities

Researchers at Liverpool John Moores University and Manchester Metropolitan University are conducting a national survey exploring the impact of Covid-19 on domestic abuse safeguarding policy and practice.

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Self harm survey for 0-19 research network

You are invited to complete this questionnaire – Alternatives to self-harm in young people, which should take no more than 5-10 minutes to complete

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