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Please go to the forum on the main page and start posting your experiences. This section is a public forum, so other people will be able to see what you write and can respond. Please do respond or comment if you are doing the same things, or want to tell us what you are doing.
If you have any questions, you can get in touch with the project team by using the contact details in the 'Who's Listening' section on the right hand side.
The Sussex NHS Clinical Commissioning
Groups have paid Traverse, an independent research company specialising in
public discussions, to run this project. They have asked us to gather
views from the people of Sussex about health and care services, so they can see
what works well for people, and what works less well, and try to ensure that
future health and care services are built around your needs.
Traverse is a member of the Market Research Society, the UK body that sets guidelines for research like this. You can read the code of conduct we work to on the MRS website here: https://www.mrs.org.uk/pdf/MRS-Code-of-Conduct-2019.pdf. Traverse is the data controller for this project, we are registered with the Data Commissioners Office, registration number is Z5095617.
We will use your personal details only to contact you about the project, we will store the information securely and we will not share them with anyone outside the project team.
After this project is finished, we will publish a report, and share the data you provide us with anonymously so that other researchers can use it. All the data and views you share with us during the project will be anonymised: this means people will not be able to associate the views you share with you personally. Six months after the project has finished we will delete your personal information.