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'Let us know how we’re doing, and how we could do better'

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It is that time of year when the nights are drawing in and many people start to reflect on the previous 12 months.

Likewise, it’s the time of year when Nursing Times asks you, its subscribers, to reflect on what we do, how we do it and how we could do it better.

The Nursing Times Subscriber Survey 2018 is your chance to give us your feedback and help us to make Nursing Times the best it can be for you, whether you read it in print or online.

As an incentive to give us some of your valuable time, after completing the survey you’ll get the chance to throw your hat into the ring to win shopping vouchers from leading retailer Marks & Spencer.

Over the past year, we have made a range of upgrades and improvements to Nursing Times, all with the aim of making sure your subscription offers you the very best information, tools and resources to help you succeed.

For example, we have made our latest clinical articles more prominent on the home page of the website, and have created around 50 clinical zones to make it easier to find articles relevant to your particular role, work setting or clinical subject of interest.

“Our short survey asks about your experience and opinions of Nursing Times”

We have also integrated more of our different types of article together on the various pages of the website, such as for community, education or mental health. So, if you visit one of these pages you will find the latest news on that field, specialty or sector, as well as related clinical articles and the views and opinions of nurses like you – all in one place.

Our short survey asks about your experience and opinions of Nursing Times. We have also included a few questions asking you about how you engage with your continuing professional development.

It will take roughly 15 minutes to complete and, as previously mentioned, you will have the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win £20 worth of M&S vouchers – which will buy you quite a few mince pies.

Your input is really appreciated and will help us to ensure we support you in every way we can. The findings of the survey will be published on the Nursing Times website but your individual answers are confidential and will not be shared with anyone else.

Now is the time to tell us what features you love, why you subscribe to Nursing Times, any bugs that you have spotted or things you are less satisfied with. Whatever it is – big or small – we’re listening.

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  • Dear Sir Madam,

    I have applied for a vacancy in Quatar via your job site. NURSING TIMES is reputable name I would trust, and would expect a reply back, whether with or without a job. To my surprise they did not think twice to reply. I would like to know where is my information?, how is it been use? and why did you advertise, a vacant post which appears to be purely data collection?

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