Fourth Panel Report
The fourth Citizens' Panel survey was carried out between 21 December 2017 and 16 February 2018.
Panel members were asked questions about their knowledge about HIV and how it is transmitted, their attitudes to mental health and wellbeing and how to make communication between health and care services and those that use them more inclusive.
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Publication date: May 2018
Findings from the Panel survey were used by third sector organisations to raise awareness of a number of issues, including public awareness about HIV (Holyrood, Pink News, The Scotsman) and mental health stigma and discrimination (See Me Scotland, Third Force News).
Data on experiences of mental health stigma contributed to a June 2018 report on Scotland's six public health priorities and to the first progress report of the Scottish Government's Mental Health Strategy 2017-2027, published in September 2018.
The Social Security (Scotland) Act 2018 recognises the importance of inclusive communication and requires Scotland's new social security system to be communication inclusive.