Take part in research study on understanding public acceptability of healthcare interventions
The goal of this study is to learn about the characteristics of healthcare interventions that are considered ‘acceptable’. This is novel research exploring a complex issue but if we can identify these characteristics, it is possible that many existing or new interventions can be adapted to reflect these. More acceptable healthcare interventions could lead to more effective treatments and better quality of life for those engaging in treatment. This study is based on this recently published review.
Participants are being asked to complete a survey regarding their opinions on case studies (estimated time is 30-40 minutes). Although the scenarios presented are based on people with long-term conditions (LTC’s), they are general enough for most members of the public to relate to and anyone who can read in English can participate. Participation is voluntary and participants may withdraw from the study at any time. The information provided will be kept confidential and will not include any identifying details.