Family Practitioner Services Statistics User Engagement Survey

Closed 17 Jan 2022

Opened 13 Dec 2021


Family Practitioner Services (FPS) is part of the Health & Social Care Business Services Organisation (BSO) and provides a range of services to General Medical, Dental, Ophthalmic and Pharmaceutical practitioners working in primary care across Northern Ireland. These services include monthly payments to primary care contractors and as part of its functions FPS makes payments in excess of £950 million per annum on behalf of the Health & Social Care Board and the Department of Health.

Information Unit within FPS publish a range of monthly, quarterly and annual statistics in relation to Family Practitioner Services.

We are interested in understanding more about users’ views on the quality of our statistical publications and how they are used. This is important, as it will help us to provide a high quality service which meets users’ needs.

Your views are very important to us and we would be extremely grateful if you could complete this short survey - it should only take two minutes to complete and your opinions can be given anonymously.

Your feedback is voluntary and will be confidential. All answers will be compiled together and analysed as a group – responses will not be attributable to any individual. Thank you.

If you have any queries, please contact us at:


  • Government Department
  • Research
  • Charity, Community and Voluntary
  • Press/media
  • DOH Staff
  • HSCNI Staff
  • PHA Staff
  • Service users/patients
  • Carers
  • General Public
  • Advocate groups
  • Community/Voluntary sector organisations
  • Health and social care providers – statutory
  • Health and social care providers – non-statutory
  • Health professionals
  • Health and social care staff
  • Health and social care regulators
  • Staff representatives/Unions
  • Royal Colleges
  • Political representatives


  • Postgraduate Study
  • Census
  • Population Statistics
  • Health
  • Health and social care policy
  • Health and social care legislation
  • Quality and safety
  • Regulation of health and social care
  • Provision of health and social care services
  • Improvement of health and social care services
  • Patient/service user advocacy
  • Staff engagement
  • Eye Health
  • Public Spending
  • Health and Safety Policy