Flusurvey Needs People Like You!

What is Flusurvey?

Flusurvey is a webtool managed and monitored by Public Health England (PHE) and designed to monitor trends of flu like illness in the community. 

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It was originally set up during the swine flu pandemic in 2009 by researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and forms part of a Europe-wide initiative with eight other countries to monitor influenza-like illness (ILI) activity. Any member of the UK public can register onto the platform to report flu like symptoms they may experience during the winter months.

This data will be used by researchers at Public Health England and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to monitor flu trends in the UK. 

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Why Do They Need You?

Because the more people that participate in the survey, the more accurate the data will be show where flu is circulating in the UK and how high the levels of illness are.

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How Long Does It Take?

Each week you will receive an email from Flusurvey reminding you to complete the data. It is very quick and easy and just takes a few clicks to tell them if you have suffered any symptoms in the preceding week.

How Do I Register?

Registering on the platform is very simple and will only take about a minute. Just click on Flusurvey.

 You will see the ‘Flulike Illness Heat Map’ which is generated by data from the participants of the survey.

Be a Part of the Survey!

Don’t delay, click on Flusurvey and take part today!

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