Running until 19 November, the survey asks about people’s experiences of accessing healthcare services from their GP, dentist, pharmacist and optometrist.

It aims to build a picture of current healthcare provision by primary care services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people.

The findings of this research will be turned into a report which will be used to make sure primary care services are better able to recognise and meet the needs of their LGBT patients.

It is part of Pride in Practice, a quality assurance and social prescribing programme for primary care services and LGBT communities.

Anyone who identifies as LGBT is welcome to take the survey which can be found here.