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The Survivors Trust is Collaborating with King’s College London on a National Survey

The Survivors Trust is Collaborating with King's College London on a National Survey

The Survivors Trust is collaborating with King’s College to run a survey to explore the health care needs of survivors of childhood sexual abuse in the UK and their level of satisfaction and feedback on the healthcare services that they have used.

The survey we are conducting aims to investigate the healthcare needs of women in the UK who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. We hope that through this survey, we can inform healthcare practitioners about survivors’ experiences so that they can better respond to their needs.

The survey involves an on-line questionnaire with a total of 46 questions. Not all are applicable for everyone. Some questions are open ended and, depending on how much you would like to comment on these questions, the survey may take up to 20 minutes to complete. All answers are confidential and the data is anonymous.

Completing the questionnaire is a confirmation for consent. We are aiming to close the survey on the 6thof May 2016. THIS STUDY HAS NOW CLOSED.

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