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We would value your views about: Talking about sex, sexuality and relationships: Guidance and Standards for those working with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. Please could you take a few moments to complete this survey as we value your views on this tool. We would like to determine whether it is helpdful and what impact it is or could make to your service/organisation.
For each item, please place an ‘x’ in the box that most closely represents you or your organisation’s views.
The first three questions are optional

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* 1. What is your current job role/ title: (Nurse/ Doctor/ Social Worker etc.)

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* 2. Organisation:

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* 3. Location: (England/ Wales/ Scotland/ Northern Ireland)

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* 4. In what capacity are you using these Guidance and Standards in order to make an impact?
How is it making an impact?
How are you engaging with people using the Sexuality Guidance and Standards?

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* 5. To what extent are the Guidance and Standards:

  Very relevant Relevant Fairly relevant Probably not relevant Definitely not relevant
Relevant to you?
Well structured?
Useful?
Essential to you or your organisation?

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* 6. Do you think the Sexuality Guidance and Standards fulfil the following outcomes?

  Yes Very well Fairly well Not sure No Not well Very badly
Build confidence, knowledge and skills in addressing sexuality, intimacy & relationships?
Increase awareness of law, ethical issues, accountability and governance related to sexuality?
Increase awareness and understanding of potential issues related to intimacy and practical care issues?
Improve awareness and understanding of the importance of life-long learning about sexuality?

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* 7. Is there any area of your work that you will change as a result of this publication?

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* 8. Do you think this Sexuality and Guidance will help you in your work?

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* 9. What else might help you in addressing sexuality, intimacy and relationships in the workplace with young people, families and carers?

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* 10. Are there any particular topics that you would like included on the OU Sexuality Alliance web site?

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* 11. Thank you for completing this survey. If you would like to be involved in future research and developments related to this work, please can you provide your contact details. EMAIL:

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