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Radiology Services in Scotland – Patient and Carer Survey

Patient and carer views are being sought about radiology services in Scotland.


Radiology uses medical imaging (for example, X-ray, MRI, CT, ultrasound) to look inside the body to diagnose, treat and monitor injuries and diseases. The survey is part of a national project looking at the future of radiology services and responses will help find out what is working well and where we can make improvements. The survey focuses on experiences of diagnostic and interventional radiology services in the last 12 months including both outpatient and inpatient and planned and urgent care. The survey does not include experiences of radiotherapy or routine breast screening services.


The survey will be live from 9 December 2020 until 5 January 2020 and can be found here  Survey Link  The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.


If you have any questions regarding this survey or require it in a different format, please contact the Scottish Radiology Transformation Programme team at We will also be undertaking online patient and carer interviews and discussion groups in January-February 2021 to get more in-depth views so please get in touch if you think that may be of interest.


For more information about this project, please go to