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Answer MHRA's 7 questions to help shape the future of healthcare

Survey ends: 28 June 2021

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) are dedicated to ensuring that the work that they do is as accessible and innovative as possible.

The agency is currently drafting the Government Patient Involvement Strategy. This plan, which will be released in the summer, sets out to ensure that the public and patient’s voices, ideas and opinions are listened to and engaged with throughout the UK’s medicine sector. 

By working on five objectives including patient and public involvement, responsiveness, internal culture, partnerships and measuring outcomes, the MHRA is aiming to create opportunities for under-represented patient groups. The plan also ensures that patient's feedback is implemented in the designing of new infrastructure and resources and it also guarantees that all healthcare products and initiatives meet patient needs directly.

Although the strategy already shows promising progress for a more inclusive healthcare future, the MHRA needs help from the patients that it wants to put first! They need as many people as possible to provide feedback on the first draft of their strategy to make sure that it really does do its job for the public, patients and the wider healthcare arena.

Are you wondering how you can do your bit towards a more inclusive, engaging and innovative healthcare future?

Read the MHRA Government Patient Involvement Strategy here, then, answer this easy 7-question survey

Yes - it’s that easy! 

The survey will close on Monday 28 June, after this date the agency will collate and consider all of the responses and aim to publish a final strategy in the summer.

If you have any questions, then please contact MHRA’s Engagement team at engagement@mhra.gov.uk.

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