Practise Hope Project

Beaconsfield Medical Practice is taking part in an award scheme called the Practise Hope Project.  This project is helping GP practices to improve the way they work with young people who may be struggling with their mental health. This could include difficult thoughts or feelings which can cause some people to feel low or anxious.

Please be as honest as possible with your responses.  Your responses are anonymous, meaning no-one will know which answers are yours.

Thank you for completing this survey. By doing so you are helping us to be better at looking after young people. 

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* 1. When you contact your doctors to make an appointment, how often do staff do the following

  Never Rarely Sometimes Most of the time Always
Make you feel welcome
Listen to you
Responds to what you are asking

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* 2. Does your doctors provide information about mental health for children and young people?

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* 3. When you have an appointment with the doctor or nurse how often do they do the following?

  Never Rarely Sometimes Most of the time Always
Give you enough time to tell them what is wrong
Listen to you
Explain who they will and will not share information with
Explain what the tests and treatments are
Involve you in decisions about your care
Make you feel welcome

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* 4. If you were feeling low, stressed or anxious would you ask your doctors for help?

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* 5. Have you ever thought about suicide?

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* 6. In the future if you did have thoughts about suicide, do you think you would share it with your doctors?

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* 7. Have you ever harmed yourself?

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* 8. In the future if you were to self-harm, do you think that you would share it with your doctors?

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* 9. How young people friendly do you feel the doctors currently is?
(5 being most friendly and 1 being least)

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* 10. Please add your comments below on how your doctors could be friendlier or more welcoming for children and young people

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* 11. What do you think your doctors is good at for adolescents and young people?

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* 12. What is your gender?

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* 14. How would you describe your ethnic origin?

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* 15. Thanks for sharing your views! YOU HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE! 

If you would like to hear about more opportunities to be involved with Practise Hope, please contact Juliet at practise.hope@mindcharity.co.uk 
or leave your name and contact details in the box below.

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* 16. If this survey has left you feeling upset or you would like to talk to someone, please contact:

Mind in Brighton and Hove: 01273 666950
Beaconsfield Medical Practice: 01273 552212
Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service: 0300 002 0060

For online support, tips, advice and where you can get further help for your mental health, see: 

www.youngminds.org.uk
www.childline.org.uk
www.ymcadlg.org/where-to-go-for-help

If you require urgent support around your mental health and feel you are not able to keep yourself safe but do not need immediate medical assistance, please contact the services below:

YoungMinds Crisis Messenger – text YM to 85258.
ChildLine – 0800 1111 (for any child or young person)
Samaritans – 116 123 (for anyone distressed or thinking of suicide, or in crisis)
Hopeline – 0800 068 4141(child or young person thinking of suicide)

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