The aim of the survey is to find out what people diagnosed with OSA and who had experienced symptoms of excessive daytime sleepiness think about their condition, and the treatment and care they have received. We can then compare patient experience with existing guidance (SIGN, NICE and IMPRESS).
We are doing this to provide the BLF with evidence of a large number of patients’ experiences for use in our influencing and media campaigns, and to give people with OSA a voice which we can pass on to decision-makers and media.
We believe this is the biggest survey of people with OSA ever undertaken in the UK.
To take part in the survey go to blf.org.uk/osasurvey