We are inviting you to take part in a short survey, developed by collagues at City University London which asks your views on the medical care you provide to your patients living with rheumatoid arthritis, how they are involved in the decisions around their care and how the monitoring of their arthritis is managed.
We are inviting all members of NRAS to take part in the survey, including patients and hope this is a welcomed opportunity for you to express your views on this topic.
Participation involves completing an online questionnaire which will take approximately 15 minutes. This can be done at any time and is completely anonymous.The information you provide will be stored on password protected computers at the university and seen only by the research team. Your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw from the study at any point up until submission of your questionnaire at which point we will be unable to retrieve your data due to anonymity. A report detailing the results of this study will be provided to NRAS and will also be published in an academic journal, but anonymity will always be maintained.
If you are interested in taking part in the survey please move through the following 7 page answering all of the questions.
Do contact the researcher Hayley McBain on 0207 040 0870 or email@example.com if you would like more information about the study or have any questions.
If you would like to complain about any aspect of the study, City University London has established a complaints procedure via the Secretary to Senate Research Ethics Committee. To complain about the study, you need to phone 020 7040 3040. You can then ask to speak to the Secretary to Senate Research Ethics Committee and inform them that the name of the project is ‘Self management & self monitoring in arthritis’. You could also write to the Secretary; Anna Ramberg, Secretary to Senate Research Ethics Committee, Research Office, E214, City University London, Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB. Email: Anna.Ramberg.firstname.lastname@example.org.