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Surveys

From time to time we publish short surveys to capture opinion about our services or about child law issues.

We may also post surveys on behalf of other organisations which share our interests.

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Research Priorities for Learning Difficulties Survey on behalf of The Salvesen Mindroom Centre

The survey is part of a project launched last year by The Salvesen Mindroom Centre and being delivered by The University of Edinburgh in partnership with The James Lind Alliance. 828 research questions were submitted as part of a first survey conducted last summer. Following analysis, these have been summarised into 40 questions. Part 2 of the survey is asking children and young people with learning difficulties, their parents and carers and professionals working alongside them to select their top 10 research priorities from the shortlist of 40.

The results will help direct future funding of research into learning difficulties and also the work of The Salvesen Mindroom Centre.  

The short survey for people to choose their top 10 is available online here and in paper format. It takes about 10minutes to complete. A child-friendly paper version is also available - please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for copies. 


The survey is open until 18 May 2018


Please contact the project team with any queries at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call Ai Lim on 0131 536 8898.

The SMC Research Centre for Learning Difficulties | Child Life & Health Department | School of Clinical Sciences | The University of Edinburgh

20 Sylvan Place |  Edinburgh EH9 1UW| Tel: 0131 536 8898

The Scottish Child Law Centre bears no responsibility for the content of the surveys we publish on behalf of other orgainsations. If you have questions about these surveys or the use of the information being collected please contact the organisation whose survey it is.