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Get involved – how you can help

Patients, carers, family members and healthcare professionals

If you:

  • have ever had a blood transfusion, or need one,
  • have been, or are, a blood donor,
  • are a family member, or carer, of someone who has had, or needs, a blood transfusion,
  • have an interest in strategies to avoid blood transfusions, including from the Jehovah’s Witness community, or
  • work as a health or social care professional involved with blood transfusion or blood donation

. . . we want to hear from you.

In a survey last year we asked people to suggest ideas for research questions the concern blood donation and blood transfusion. We had over 800 responses and have processed those down to 50 questions that have the potential to become research. We now need your help to decide which are the 10 most important questions that relate to donation and transfusion. You can easily take part by filling in our short survey. It should take you about ten minutes. You can complete the survey online or we will be happy to send you a paper copy. Details of how to contact us appear on the Contact Us page.

Charities and organisations

If your charity or organisation serves people who are concerned with blood transfusion and blood donation (as described above) we hope that you will sign up to become a supporting partner of the Partnership. For more information about joining the Partnership, please contact us.

Whether you are a partner or not, you can also:

  • promote the Blood Transfusion and Blood Donation PSP to your members via e-mail, or at events;
  • mention the PSP in your next newsletter or blog;
  • tweet about the PSP (we are happy to suggest text for tweets).