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Wellbeing: what matters to you?

Wellbeing: what matters to you?


Take part in a short survey to share what is important to you in physical and mental wellbeing.

  • 5 minutes
  • Questionnaire
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The National Innovation Centre for Ageing recently worked with a group of VOICE members to understand different experiences of wellbeing and to share insights with Estonian and Swedish organisations, also on public involvement in research and innovation. These conversations with VOICE created deep and rich insights and we would now like to collect a wider range of views on the importance of different factors of wellbeing.

The aim of this opportunity is to collect as wide a range of responses and comments on the different factors of wellbeing that were raised in the workshops, as well as asking you what else matters to you.

This information will be used in the final report to the British Embassies in Tallinn and Stockholm (due March 2021) to show what matters to VOICE members. Your comments will also inform our future work on wellbeing.

Volunteer Criteria

We would love to hear from people of all ages who are interested in sharing their perspective on physical and mental wellbeing.

Please note that VOICE members who have already taken part in the Estonia and Sweden project need not respond to this (unless you would like to!)

What will I be asked to do?

You will be asked to complete a short online survey about physical and mental wellbeing. This will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

Click here to contribute your views.

When and where?

You can complete the survey online anytime until 5pm on Wednesday 24th February. 

Newcastle University


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Wellbeing: what matters to you? Discussion

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David Stewart David

David Stewart David

19th February 2021

I was widowed in Christmas 2014/5. Subsequently I found a friend to share my interest in bird-watching and travel to Italy. Before the Covid 19 epidemic we decided to live together, and having company has been a blessing.