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NOW CLOSED: Pregnant or have a child aged up to 18 months old? Take a short survey for NHS Choices. A £250 John Lewis voucher could be won

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 24-May-11 13:58:51

We've been asked by NHS Choices to find UK based folks willing to complete their short survey about the key questions you have about pregnancy, childbirth and caring for small babies.

They say "NHS Choices is planning to improve the information we offer to new parents. We would like to know the key questions you have about pregnancy, childbirth and caring for small babies. Please tell us about any questions that you have no matter how silly or embarrassing they may seem. It can be anything at all from 'How can I avoid stretch marks?' to 'What is the safest position to lay a baby down to sleep?'"

"It doesn't matter if you know the answers to the questions or not - it's just your questions that we want to collect so we can make sure we have the answers next time someone asks. Thank you for agreeing to help us with this important research. On completion of the survey your name will be entered into a draw where one person who completes the survey will win a £250 John Lewis voucher"

So please take a few minutes to add your views to their survey - add your email address at the end to be entered into a prize draw to win a £250 John Lewis voucher - please note the survey is being promoted via other channels so it may not be a MNer that wins. Once the prize draw has been made, all email addresses will be deleted and you will not receive any marketing as a result.

The survey is open to everyone in the UK who is either currently pregnant (or whose partner is currently pregnant) or has a baby or toddler aged up to 18 months old.

Do feel free to pass on the link to your partner.

The survey link is here
Thanks, MNHQ

EggyAllenPoe Sun 29-May-11 18:53:12

unfortunatley a question like 'why aren't you walking, talking and generally more interesting yet' (to my 9 monther!) i suspect is not what they are after.. still, after three, it does tend to be that sort of question that troubles me.

mosschops30 Mon 30-May-11 12:48:46

Yes gave up, couldnt even be tempted to complete it with a JL voucher. Very poor survey

microserf Mon 30-May-11 20:56:24

what a rubbish survey. agree with the poster who said it looked like it had been knocked up by a work experience student.

isthismadness Tue 31-May-11 01:15:44

done. forgot abut strep b - hopefully this will be read as well

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