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National Survey of Health and Development

Do I have to take part?

How will I access the questionnaire online?

How do I complete the questionnaire online?

Do I need to complete both the online and postal versions of the questionnaire?

Who should I contact if I have any problems, queries or concerns?

What happens to the information I give?

How do we keep your information safe?

 


 

Do I have to take part?

Like all of our surveys, it is completely voluntary whether or not you choose to take part in this survey.


 

How will I access the questionnaire online?

If you gave a preference for completing questionnaires online, you will receive an email with a personalised web link and a unique ID.

You can also access the survey by using the link below:

https://uclioe.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2mYvLEaVE09W5MO


 

How do I complete the questionnaire online?

You can complete the question using a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone using either the link in the above section or the link in the email. You will need the unique ID which can be found on your letter.

We recommend you complete it all in one go. It should take around 45 minutes to finish. However, if that is not possible, you get back into the questionnaire using the same login details.

As always, answering these questions is voluntary and you can skip over any questions that you cannot or would prefer not to answer.

Once you have come to the end of the questions, you will be required to submit your answers. Once the answers are submitted you won’t be able to edit them again.


 

Do I need to complete both the online and postal versions of the questionnaire?

You only need to complete one version, either the postal or the online version. Please do not complete both.

The same questions are asked on both the postal and online versions.


 

Who should I contact if I have any problems, queries or concerns?

You can contact the NSHD study team by calling us on 0800 952 0249 or 0207 670 5700 or email us at mrclha.enquiries@ucl.ac.uk.


 

What happens to the information I give?

The information you give us will be held securely and treated in strict confidence in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation. Any information that may identify you, such as your name, your contact details and the contact details of anyone else you give us, will be kept separate from responses to any other questions you have answered.  We hold any information which could identify you securely and never make this available to researchers.

For more details, please see our Privacy Policy.


 

How do we keep your information safe?

All information collected is treated with the strictest confidence in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

For more details, please see our Privacy Policy.