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A Bit About the Survey

What Is The LHNOS?

The ‘Legal High’ National Online Survey (LHNOS) launched in March, 2014 in an effort to learn more about which novel psychoactive substances (NPSs), popularly known as ‘legal highs’, are being consumed by young people and adults in different parts of the UK; where individuals buy and take ‘legal highs’; what effects are commonly experienced after taking ‘legal highs’; and what things influence individuals’ decisions to start taking, stop taking, or never take ‘legal highs’.

We’re also interested in individuals’ thoughts about how health experts could use different social media sites and Smartphone apps (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, WhatsApp and many more) to communicate news and information about ‘legal highs’ to people who are interested in taking them, and which social media people may use to share their views and experiences with experts and other individuals who take ‘legal highs’.

We wanted to create a website that gives people in the UK the opportunity to take a secure, anonymous, confidential, non-judgmental and user-friendly online survey specifically about novel psychoactive substances/’legal highs’; an interesting survey that people can complete in their own time, on a range of devices (laptop, Smartphone, Netbook and tablet), and access from a variety of digital and social media sites.

Please let us know if you think we’ve done a good or bad job!

Who Is It For?

This survey is open to everyone in the United Kingdom aged 18 years and older.

“I’ve Never Taken a ‘Legal High’ Before – Can I Also Take The Survey?”

Yes! We have one survey for people who HAVE taken a ‘legal high’ in their lifetime, and a different survey for people who HAVE NEVER taken a ‘legal high’ before. Click the green button at the bottom of this page to select the appropriate survey for you.

When Does The Survey Close?

The survey closes on September 31st, 2014. After the survey closes, you’ll be able to view and download a free copy of the survey findings from the homepage. If you want to know anything about the survey before then, feel free to get in touch and we’ll help as best as we can.

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