By clicking “Accept All Cookies”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyze site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts. View our Privacy Policy for more information.
Reading time :
2 minutes

Parents, tell us what you think about flu vaccines for your children

Published on
March 4, 2024
Parents, tell us what you think about flu vaccines for your children

Are you a parent or guardian of a 1, 2 or 3 year old? Or has your child recently turned 4? Have your say on flu vaccinations for your child and make a difference next winter!

Why are we running this survey?

We’re working with Derbyshire County Council’s Public Health team and the NHS, to find out how future flu campaigns can be better for parents and guardians. By getting feedback on child flu vaccines, health authorities hope to tailor their messaging and support services to address any concerns or barriers parents may face.

Kirsty Ball, Head of Vaccination and Immunisations at the Integrated Care Board said

“We are always looking to improve how we do things. It is important for us to understand how families make decisions about vaccinations so that we can offer the right kind of support.  We appreciate you taking the time to share your views with us.”

What will we ask you on the survey?

  • If your child has or hasn’t been vaccinated against flu
  • If anything influenced your decision
  • How you learned about flu vaccinations
  • Where abouts in Derbyshire you live.

How long does the survey take?

The survey takes just five minutes to complete.

How can I give my feedback?

To take the survey and have your voice heard, click the link here.

We’re also looking for parents and guardians to speak to us by answering a few short questions over the phone. If you’d like to take part in a short interview, please contact us on tel: 01773 880 786 or email:

For more information on flu vaccines for children, take a look at the NHS advice here.

Related posts

Derbyshire County Council are wanting to learn more about your views on NHS Health Checks, for people aged 40-75.
Image text reads: 'Share your care'.
Have you or someone you care about had involvement with social care services recently? We want to hear your feedback. By sharing your thoughts, you become a part of a movement that works to improve social care in our community.
Child sat just having had an injection. Health professional is putting a plaster on their arm.
Throughout the West Midlands there has been an increase in measles cases. Most of these cases are young children who have not had their measles mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination. As the West Midlands is close to Derbyshire, the UK Health Security Agency is urging people who have not already done so, to get their MMR vaccine as soon as possible to avoid measles spreading.