Survey: The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland Stakeholder Survey, ends 25th February 5pm

MWH Admin Team Survey

The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland has launched a stakeholder survey seeking feedback on our roles and our work.
The aim of the survey is to gather the views of people who have been in touch with the Commission, either on a personal or professional basis.  They are looking to find out how well each of our roles and responsibilities is understood, and to hear about how well you think they are doing.
This survey is being conducted by Wellside Research Ltd., an independent research company based in Scotland. All responses are anonymous and will be treated as confidential.  Wellside Research will not share individual responses with the Mental Welfare Commission.
The survey will take around 15-20 minutes to complete and is available here:
The survey also contains information about a stakeholder event being held on the 10th March to get a more detailed view about peoples’ experiences of the Commission. 

The event has limited places, so if you are interested in taking part please contact Elaine Wilson-Smith from Wellside Research
, by phone on 0131 677 5522 or by email at
Please contact Elaine if you have any questions on the survey itself, too.

Anyone who has been in contact with them, whether on a regular basis or as a one-off contact, is invited to take part and give their views.
The survey closes at 5pm on 25 February 2020.
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