Dr Nicola Harman, Research Associate at Department of Biostatistics, University of Live Clinical Trials Research Centre, University of Liverpool shares her feedback of using Research for the Future to recruit participants for the SCORE-iT study.
Dr Kiera Bartlett, Research Associate, Manchester Centre for Health Psychology, University of Manchester shares her feedback having accessed Research for the Future
Our research team, led by Prof. Neil Reeves from Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) successfully used Help BEAT Diabetes to recruit people with diabetes to our foot and ulcer prevention study.
Monica Perazzolo, researcher at Manchester University gives her experience of using Research for the Future to recruit to her recent study
Dr Janice Mascarenas, researcher at Tameside & Glossop IC NHS Foundation Trust, shares her feedback having accessed Research for the Future
Cloudy with a chance of pain is the world’s first smartphone-based study to investigate the association of chronic pain and the weather conditions
In 2013, we invited Help BEAT Diabetes volunteers to help Clare England, a research dietitian from the University of Bristol’s Centre for Exercise, Nutrition and Health Sciences, develop a questionnaire to assess the dietary habits of people with, or at risk of, type 2 diabetes. Clare wanted to find out what people with the condition thought […]
Isabel Adeyemi, PhD student, Centre for Primary Care and Centre for Health Psychology, The University of Manchester, shares her feedback having accessed Research for the Future: “The support of Research for the Future in promoting my study to patients has been vital for my recruitment. We agreed on how my study would be promoted and […]
Alan describes participating in diabetes research through Help BEAT Diabetes. He states how researchers go out of their way to accommodate patients.
Stephanie works at Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as a Clinical Trials Coordinator. In this video she discusses accessing the Research for the Future campaign to help her find participants to take part in research studies that she manages.