Research opportunity: Participants wanted for an opinion study about companies accessing patient data for research

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Posted on the 20th June 2019

Should private companies have access to patient data to develop treatments and technologies?  What could be the pros and cons?

We are looking for participants aged 16 years and over from all backgrounds to take part in an opinion study. You will be asked to individually give your opinions on a series of statements about the topic. No prior knowledge of the topic is required.

You will receive a shopping voucher for your time.

For more information visit the Q Study project page or contact Helen Brierley, PhD student at helen.brierley@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk

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