People with lung disease invited to take part in a European-wide survey
People who smoke and who have a diagnosed lung disease are being invited to take part in a European-wide survey looking at how having a lung condition affects their desire to smoke, and how doctors and nurses talk to them about smoking.
The aim of the survey, which is being conducted by the European Lung Foundation, is to help healthcare professionals understand how they can improve the care and support they provide to smokers living with lung disease. The survey is designed to be completed anonymously, meaning no personal details are recorded and no attempts will be made to contact people who have completed the survey, unless specifically requested.
If you smoke and have a lung disease, you can take part in the survey - european-lung-foundation.or... There are 15 questions in total, and the survey should take no longer than 10 minutes. If you have any queries about the survey, you can contact the European Lung Foundation directly [firstname.lastname@example.org].
For more information about smoking, including how it can affect you, and advice on why and how to stop, is available on this website blf.org.uk/Page/Smoking - or contact the BLF Helpline on 03000 030 555.