WHOQOL-BREF UK Survey – Transgender Quality Of Life

August 1, 2009

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The Equality Network’s Scottish Transgender Alliance is working to research quality of life and health issues for transgender people. The research findings will be used to inform Government and NHS policy work on transgender equality and inclusion.

THIS SURVEY IS FOR PEOPLE LIVING ANYWHERE IN THE UK WHO ARE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OLD.

The World Health Organisation defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” The World Health Organisation recognises the importance of improving quality of life for everyone and is at the forefront of research in this area.

Therefore, to robustly assess quality of life we are using the World Health Organisation’s Quality of Life (WHOQOL) internationally standardised research survey instrument.

IT TAKES LESS THAN 10 MINUTES TO COMPLETE THIS SURVEY.

By completing the survey you are agreeing to your ANONYMISED responses being shared by the Scottish Transgender Alliance with these other parties:
– The Scottish Government Social Justice (Equalities) Research Team;
– The Gender Identity Research and Education Society (GIRES) Gender Variance Prevalence Research Team;
– The World Health Organisation Field Centre for the Study of Quality of Life, University of Bath.

Confidentiality will be protected in the publication of any results, and your responses will be anonymised.

Any questions about this survey should be directed to:

James Morton
Scottish Transgender Alliance Project Coordinator

Equality Network
30 Bernard Street
Edinburgh
EH6 6PR

Email: en@equality-network.org
Office: 0131 467 6039
www.scottishtrans.org & www.equality-network.org

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Click here to complete the survey

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Cross-posted at Questioning Transphobia

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