How does technology affect your time for patient care?

The Health Foundation, in partnership with a range of professional bodies, is researching the impact of technology on the time that clinical staff have available for patient care.

As part of this, they want to hear from practising clinicians from different specialties and professional backgrounds to help make sure staff perspectives are better reflected in national debates about technology in health care.

The survey will take around ten minutes to complete and will ask you about your experiences using different digital technologies in your work.

The survey is aimed at registered psychiatrists practising in the UK who do four or more hours of direct clinical activity or patient care per week.

Please share with colleagues who may want to take part in the survey.

If you need any more information about the survey or the wider research project, please contact Alison Moulds (Improvement Fellow) at the Health Foundation:

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