HERBS: HEealth Related Behaviours Survey

This survey is looking to understand attitudes to certain health behaviours to help reduce the risks of cervical cancer.

Research suggests that people with a higher BMI are at a greater risk of being diagnosed with cancer.  This research will explore attitudes towards:

  • plant-based diets
  • attending cervical screening appointments (sometimes known as a ‘smear test’)
  • Alternative screening methods

Feedback will be used to inform future cervical cancer prevention and screening programmes.
It is being carried out by a team of researchers based at The University of Chester.

This study has ended and is currently not accepting new applicants.

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