Do you want to know which health information you can trust?  The Patient Information Forum is launching a quality mark for trustworthy health information.

The quality mark will show that charities, companies and NHS organisations complete 10 steps to produce trustworthy and user friendly information

We want to know what you think of our plans. The survey below should only take 3 minutes. To thank you for your time you will be entered into a draw to win a £30 Amazon voucher.

The ten steps we are asking organisations to complete are:


1.    Health information is produced using a consistent and documented process

2.    Staff are trained and supported to produce high-quality information

3.    Information resources meet an identified information need

4.    Information is based on reliable scientific evidence

5.    Citizens and patients are involved in the development and testing of health information

6.    Information is written in plain English and statistics and numbers are clear and easy to understand

7.    Print and digital information is easy to use and navigate

8.    Users can easily provide feedback on information

9.    Information is promoted to ensure it reaches those that need it

10. The impact of information is measured

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* 1. Do you think these are the right 10 steps?

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* 2. Please select the steps that are important to you. Tick all that apply

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* 3. Would you look for a quality mark  on health information?

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* 4. What values should a quality mark represent?

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* 5. What symbol would best represent a quality mark for health information?

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* 6. Thanks for completing the survey. To enter a prize draw for a £30 Amazon Voucher, please enter your email address

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