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Do you have a child under two? Fill in this short survey and you could win a £250 voucher for the store of your choice.

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carriemumsnet · 15/12/2009 17:21

We've been asked to find out about the resources you use when looking for information about your baby's health - so we're talking everything from nutrition, sleeping, minor illnesses such as colds / runny noses etc to longer term development issues and more significant illnesses.

Everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win £250 worth of vouchers for the store of their choice.

This survey is open to everyone in the UK who has a child aged from birth up to their second birthday.
Thanks and good luck, MNHQ.

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MargaritaPracatan · 15/12/2009 21:54

done in panto gear,

never yet won anything here...

Wigeon · 15/12/2009 21:55

Yes, why no mention of pharmacists? We use ours as a first opinion and to help us decide whether to bother the GP about the issue.

EllieG · 15/12/2009 21:55


simpson · 15/12/2009 22:03


theyoungvisiter · 15/12/2009 22:40

Done. Also surprised you didn't have pharmacists and NHS direct down as sources of info.

Or was NHS direct intended to be included in the "child health website" bracket? I don't always looks on specifically child-related subjects on NHS direct though.

jemart · 15/12/2009 22:54


HellBent · 15/12/2009 23:03


BouncingTurtle · 16/12/2009 00:25


I never win anything though

MsBrandybuck · 16/12/2009 01:21


Kayzr · 16/12/2009 08:28


BAUBLEnod · 16/12/2009 09:12


IsItMeOrSanta · 16/12/2009 09:33

I wondered why pharmacists weren't mentioned too.

I also find that our HVs, whilst lovely and reassuring and very sound on things like weaning advice, tend to say "just keep an eye on it" to everything else.

I also scored NHS Direct quite low for this, because while I rate it highly in general, a lot of the time for very young children it just seems to refer me to my GP.

Kathyis12feethighandbites · 16/12/2009 10:23

Why no mention of 'mad old ladies in the street'? Everyone knows they are always giving you advice about your children's health

LilySwalLoosHerTurkeyBaster · 16/12/2009 13:35


LeoniedElf · 16/12/2009 14:02

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CatIsSleepy · 16/12/2009 15:19


Amani · 16/12/2009 15:29

done- fingers crossed

sleepysox · 16/12/2009 17:19

done too. Please pick me for the vouchers!

NotanOtter · 16/12/2009 21:42

go on - been here a loooong time now

StarExpat · 17/12/2009 15:00


biglips · 17/12/2009 21:32


duende · 17/12/2009 21:42


StealthPolarBear · 18/12/2009 21:20

now i know why people write 'done' on these types of threads
i had to come on and check if i'd done it or if it was a new one!!

vanimal · 19/12/2009 13:13

Done. Can I win the vouchers this month, please? Pretty please?

timelordvictorious · 19/12/2009 13:15


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