Take part in our interview and claim a FREE £20 Amazon voucher

We're on the lookout for certain people to take part in phone interviews for some research we're conducting. These interviews could last up to an hour and will involve answering questions about opinions and experiences around receiving healthcare abroad.

We'll reward you for your time with a £20 Amazon voucher (or your country’s equivalent currency value if you live outside the UK). 

Thank you in advance for any help you may be able to give us, it’s possible you will contribute to saving the NHS a lot of money!

If you fit into one of the groups described below, or you know someone who does, please get in touch with Lizzy providing a quick description of how you fit the profiles outlined below:  

A) People who have used EHIC cards
We’re looking to speak to people over the age of 16 who live in the UK and who have used a UK-issued European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to receive unplanned medical treatment in another European country.

B) People who have retired to another EU country
We’re looking to speak to UK citizens who have retired to another European country and receive a UK-issued state pension.

C) People who are working in another EU country (for up to two years)
We’re looking to speak to people who normally live in the UK but are working in another EU country for up to two years. These people need to be eligible to receive treatment on the NHS.
 
D) People who are working in another EU country (for more than two years)
We’re looking to speak to people who normally live in the UK but are working in another EU country for a period of more than two years. These people need to be eligible to receive treatment on the NHS.

E) People who’ve gone to another EU country specifically to get medical treatment
We’re looking to speak to people who normally live in the UK but have travelled to another European country specifically to receive medical treatment. These people need to be eligible to receive treatment on the NHS.
 
F) People who’ve gone to another EU country specifically to give birth
We’re looking to speak to people who normally live in the UK but have travelled to another European country specifically to give birth. These people need to be eligible to receive treatment on the NHS.
 
G) People who are living in another EU country and are awarded (non-pension) benefits
We’re looking to speak to people who are from the UK but live in another European country and receive a long-term UK-issued benefit. These people need to be eligible to receive treatment on the NHS.