The Health and Sport Committee of the Scottish Parliament has launched a major inquiry into the future of primary health care in Scotland.
The Committee wants to hear from individuals about what they feel the future of primary health care delivery should look like.
To capture this insight they have developed an online survey here: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/parliamentscotprimary-nhs-care-survey/
The committee is keen to hear about the challenges facing primary health care delivery in rural areas.
The survey, which should take no more than five minutes to complete, will run until Tuesday April 30.
The findings will be used to shape the second phase of the inquiry, due to run in the latter part of this year.
Further information about the inquiry, including a short video from Lewis MacDonald MSP, Convener of the Committee, can be found here: www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/111193.aspx
The key focus of this stage of the inquiry is to capture the opinion, insight and lived experience of individuals – as opposed to organisations, charities or groups.