Scottish Ambulance Service User Experience Survey

Posted by See Me, 1 November 2019

The role of first responders is essential to tackling mental health stigma and discrimination, ensuring that professionals are equipped to look after the ‘whole person’. This means treating our physical and mental health together and not separating it. 

We also know that looking after the mental health of our emergency services should be a top priority, and it’s important that staff feel able to talk about how they are feeling, and ask for help if they need it. 

To help do this we’re working with The Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) in shaping  their new mental health strategy. 

As part of this they want to hear about your experiences and opinions on the Ambulance Service, and how they support the mental health of the people they work with.

Their new Mental Health Strategy is a document which will set out the SAS’s priorities for the next 10 years, and how they plan on achieving them. 

SAS are working with us to ensure that their services are inclusive and considerate of mental health, and importantly free of stigma and discrimination. 

The closing date for the survey is midnight on Wednesday 13th November.

Have Your Say

Have your say and get involved below. 

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