Thank you to all who took the time to fill out the survey.

The results are in and, combined with the WordPress stats, there are some interesting things to note:

  1. People who responded included: academic; NHS clinicians; patients/carers; third sector; business/industry and ‘other’ (nurse in private health care).
  2. Some were new visitors and some more frequent, but all found the site ‘easy’ or ‘very easy’ to navigate.
  3. Respondents chiefly came to read the blog and to find details about the workshops.
  4. They also visited the home page and research project information pages.
  5. Pages not visited – the team members page, posters, glossary and bibliography pages.
  6. Only one person did not find what they were looking for, but they did not say what they were looking for.
  7. People find us through Twitter, twitter retweets and personal contact with the team. This supports the WordPress statistics which indicate that Twitter is the top referrer with Facebook a close second.
  8. In addition, many people were referred through a general LSE site search, quite a few via Linkedin and 12 through (our PI) Tony’s LSE staff page.

Thank you again, and we hope everyone continues to enjoy the website.