Hepatitis B
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Hepatitis Scotland team up with Patient Opinion to hear your views on viral hepatitis healthcare in Scotland.

As part of our remit of leading the voluntary sector response to viral hepatitis, Hepatitis Scotland are working  with Patientopinion.org.uk to find out about about your experiences of viral hepatitis care from the NHS, good or bad.  Patient Opinion is an independent, not for profit organisation that runs a website where you can share those experiences.


 At Hepatitis Scotland, we know that there are lots of different experiences out there, good and bad. Patient Opinion is one  way of getting those stories heard, not only to celebrate good practise but also highlight areas where Scottish services could improve the patient experience.  Please think about telling your story on Patient Opinion.  It’s free, anonymous and confidential and you could make a difference, big or small, to the way health services for you and others are provided.


Patient Opinion make sure that your stories get to the right bit of the health services so that they can make a difference. They have agreements with a number of Scottish Health Boards and are in discussion with many others.You can visit the Patient Opinion website www.patientopinion.org.uk, or use the form below (the story goes directly to Patient Opinion) .


This is a great way to give feedback, nationally, on how you feel about your health services. So is your NHS getting it right for everyone affected by viral hepatitis? Tell Patient Opinion and the NHS what you think.


You can view the Patient Opinion terms of use here.



Hepatitis Scotland
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Telephone: 0141 225 0419
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