Volunteers needed for research on people’s experience of taking medications in people living with long-term health conditions (LTC)
We are looking for participants with any type of chronic physical health condition, aged 13 and over for a study exploring how thoughts, feelings, and behaviours relate to taking medications. The study will involve completing a simple online survey. All participants will be asked if possible to complete the same questionnaire twice, once now and the other 3 months after completing the first version.
You are under no obligation to reply to this advertisement or the online survey. However, if you choose to, participation is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time. The study is approved by University of Leeds Ethics School of Medicine (SoMREC) subcommittee reference: MREC17-068.
We are conducting a study looking at how people’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours relate to their adherence to medication. Your participation will increase our knowledge in this area. You will be asked to complete a brief questionnaire asking about some general background information, your medical history, how your physical health condition has impacted your life, and how you think, feel, and behave in response to taking your medication. Overall, this study should last no longer than twenty to thirty minutes.
Young people (aged 13-15 years) must ask their parents to sign a consent statement here first: https://tinyurl.com/ycqsb3r8
Young people (aged 16-17 years old) can go straight to here: https://tinyurl.com/ybqcwj2d
Adults (18+): https://tinyurl.com/y9rhy97d
For more details please contact Dr Anthony Harrison (firstname.lastname@example.org).