At the beginning of Februay we asked you to take a quick survey to tell us what you liked about AHPScot and how you would like to see us grow. 163 people responded; some were regular or occasional readers, and some had never heard of us before.
All responses were equally important and we have considered how we can use the information provided to help us reach new audiences; provide a stronger platform for AHPs to share their skills, knowledge and innovation; and bring new bloggers which are of interest to AHPs and wider audiences to AHPScot over the coming months and years.
A quick snapshot of the responses and our reactions are highlighted in the infographic below.
We hope that you will continue to work with us and engage with AHPScot. Whilst our survey is now closed we will always welcome feedback and are keen to embrace new opportunities to work with colleagues and new bloggers. There are lots of ways to get involved:
If you’ve never blogged before don’t worry – we can help you to get started.
- If you read a blog which resonates with you or you’d like to know more, you can contact the author directly using the contact details provided in each blog; or you can comment at the end of the blog by using the “leave a reply” function. We will ensure this is brought to the bloggers attention
- You can forward blogs to colleagues by copying and pasting the url into an email or by using the “Share” function at the end of each blog; this allows you to post a blog to Twitter, Facebook etc and to reblog on WordPress.
- You can ensure you never miss a blog by inserting your email address on our blog homepage. When a new blog is posted you will automatically be notified via email (usually 1 blog per week); and don’t worry you can unfollow at any time and you will never receive any spam email as a result of this.
- You can follow us on twitter (@AHPScot) and tag us in any tweets you wish to bring to our attention. We frequently retweet tweets which will be of interest to our followers.
Thank you once again to all of you who responded to our survey and to our regular readers and bloggers. We couldn’t do this without you!