Started 20th Feb, 2022

Fibromyalgia Research Study 2022 - 150 Participants Needed

I'm a 3rd-year psychology student at the University of East London and I'm conducting a 10-15 minute anonymous online survey to capture the everyday experience of Fibromyalgia patients and how they feel they are supported by their medical experts for my final year dissertation.
As leading voices for those who experience chronic illness and who may also be diagnosed with fibromyalgia, I would like to request your assistance in reaching those who often lack a voice, to allow me to capture their thoughts and feelings. Can you help me reach the 150 people that I need to complete the survey over the next two months.
All participation is anonymous and will be carried out under the strict guidelines of the British Psychological Society and the University of East London Ethics Committee.
As you are aware Fibromyalgia lacks robust research, I very much hope that gathering as many voices as possible through completion of the survey will be an opportunity to start addressing that.
To complete the fibromyalgia research survey please copy the address below into your browser.
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20th Feb, 2022
Nourhan S. Elkholy
Nawah Scientific Company
good luck

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