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Approved Participants with T2 Diabetes Wanted for Study on Diabetes Online Communities

Discussion in 'Diabetes Research' started by RobyJaxx, May 13, 2019.

  1. RobyJaxx

    RobyJaxx Researcher · Member

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    Some of you already know me from a previous study about the forum of Diabetes.co.uk. We are now conducting a new study on how diabetes online communities can support people with diabetes.

    Participants will be invited to the University of Bristol for a study session lasting about 50 minutes. Reimbursement of reasonable travel expenses in addition to a £10 voucher are offered in return.

    Research objectives
    The main objectives of the research are to investigate: 1) how users responsibly share and evaluate information on the online forum of Diabetes.co.uk; 2) how the design features of the community website influence users’ ability to share and evaluate information responsibly.

    Your task
    You will take part to an interview session at the University of Bristol. During the interview, you will be asked to interact with the forum online through either a laptop or PC, to answer questions about your user experience, and to comment about what you read on the forum.

    For further information on how to take part please visit http://www.bristol.ac.uk/efm/news/2...our-study-on-diabetes-online-communities.html or message me directly.

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