University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust Patient Survey
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This survey is looking for information about LGBT+ inclusion activity within University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust
. We are seeking responses from all patients/service users, you do not have to be LGBT+ to respond. All responses are anonymous which means we do not take any identifying information in this survey.
LGBT+ is used when talking about the following groups:
Lesbian = a woman who has a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards women. Some non-binary people may also identify with this term.
Gay = refers to a man who has a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards men. Also a generic term for lesbian and gay sexuality - some women define themselves as gay rather than lesbian. Some non-binary people may also identify with this term.
Bi/ bisexual = is an umbrella term used to describe a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards more than one gender.
Trans = An umbrella term to describe people whose gender is not the same as, or does not sit comfortably with, the sex they were assigned at birth. For the purpose of this survey we also include non-binary people within this category.
+ = we use this to include other related identities (queer, asexual, intersex etc)
Do you identify as a member of the LGBT+ communities?
Please continue to complete the survey however you answer. You may select more than one option.
Yes- I identify in a different way
Are you responding as a current or previous patient of this Trust, or behalf of someone else?
Responding for myself
Responding on behalf of someone else
Have you had an appointment with this trust within the past 12 months?
No- It was over 12 months ago
Have you noticed any LGBT+ inclusive posters or information in the hospital during your visit? Select all that apply.
Yes other information
Not attended in person
Has any member of staff asked for your pronouns (he/she/they/xe etc)?
Did you notice that the clinical staff avoided using gendered language (using partner instead of husband/wife, or parent instead of mother/father)?
Have you seen any unisex/gender neutral toilet facilities, or signage indicating where they are?
Have you been asked to confirm your gender by any member of staff, or seen this question on any forms?
Have you been asked if you have a trans history, or if your gender differs from that assigned at birth, by any member of staff, or seen this question on any forms?
Have you been asked to confirm your sexual orientation by any member of staff, or seen this question on any forms?
Have you witnessed any anti-LGBT language or behaviour within your healthcare experiences at any point? This could be anything you considered to be homophobic (against lesbian/gay/bi people), biphobic (against bi people) or transphobic (against trans and/or non-binary people).