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NAI Launches Patient Experience Survey

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Tuesday October 17 2017 10:36 AM

First ever patient survey of outpatient neurology services now calling for responses

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI), the umbrella representing over 30 patient organisations, in partnership with the National Clinical Programme in Neurology, has launched the first ever patient experience survey of outpatient neurology services in Ireland. 

This survey represents an important opportunity for people with neurological conditions and their families to share their experiences of neurology services in order to identify areas of the service that can be improved over time. 

Tell Us What You Think 
To find out more about the survey and how you can complete it please download information leaflet 

Closing date for completing the survey: Friday, 15th December 2017

Author: Neurological Alliance Ireland

Tags: nai, neurology, outpatient, services, survey

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