Have your say by responding to the SymptomSurvey
To provide a voice for patients, families, and caregivers, MMM has teamed up with two non-profit organizations, the Vienna Vaccine Safety Initiative and Families Fighting Flu within the Innovative Immunisation Hubs project to contribute to an understanding of how people think and behave as patients, and/or caregivers of a child or elderly adult.
The experience of being a patient/caregiver provides one of the most pivotal sources of information for strengthening cooperation within a healthcare system.
We know how important it is that both healthcare professionals and policymakers understand the position of patients and caregivers.
The SymptomSurvey is your opportunity to tell healthcare providers what you as a patient or caregiver experience and how you understand the different symptoms. There are no wrong or right answers – the right answer is an honest one – we would like to know how you think. The insights we receive will be used to inform the healthcare system thereby help improve patients’ position.
Completing the questionnaire will take you about 30 minutes. The survey is in English. Please note that your participation is entirely voluntary and you are free to decline to take part or to give up at any moment.
The survey is anonymous and response data will only be analyzed at an aggregate level.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this study, please feel free to contact us both here and at info@SymptomSurvey.org
If you are willing to inform yourself, participate and complete the online survey, please click on the link below:
Thank you in advance for your time and answers!
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