Have your say on Scotland’s first national lung health plan

Section: The ALLIANCEType: News Item Date Published: 14th February 2020
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Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland need your help to shape the future of lung health in Scotland.

The Scottish Government has published a draft plan for tackling Scotland’s lung health, asking for people’s views on it before they finalise it later this year.

Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland want to make sure that the real experts – people like you – have a chance to have your say.

The organisation is inviting people to share their views through a short survey, to gather perspectives on the key ideas the Scottish Government has brought forward.

The survey highlights the main issues that focus on people living with lung conditions. They are:

  • Better access to Pulmonary Rehab
  • Support for mental health
  • Support for self-management
  • New technologies to help people
  • Support for unpaid carers.

Your comments will shape Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s response to the draft plan.

The survey will take just a few minutes – but will make a lasting difference to people living with lung conditions in Scotland.

Access Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland survey (this link will take you away from our website).

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