Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Would you like to be involved in research?

An opportunity to be involved in research. You will receive a thank you your time. For every referal through  Diabetes Power. Diabetes Power will receive £20.00 For full details read below.

Acumen Fieldwork are a medical market research agency and we contact people with specific medical conditions and disabilities to take part in paid medical market research studies.  These can be looking at medications, devices and quality of life.

We currently have a  study where we are looking to speak with Diabetes Type 1 patients who use Insulin Pumps that I wondered whether you might be able to assist with?

It is a study looking at a new Diabetes medical device and will be taking place in London week commencing 11th June. 
Please note that there will be no injections, needle sticks or insulin delivery it is simply evaluating the product and training.

Participants would be required to come along to the central London location for 90 minutes.  The first 30 minutes would be training the participant on a new medical device and this would be followed by a 60 minute one to one interview to discuss the device they have just been shown.

For taking part in the study participants would receive an incentive of £70 as a thank you for their time and opinions.

We do have some additional criteria that we screen the participants on but essentially our client wants to speak to Diabetes Type 1 patients between the ages of 18-65 years, who are insulin dependent and use an insulin pump. 
We are looking for a mix of those who use a Continuous Glucose Sensor and those who don’t.

If you would be interested in finding out more about the study, please do not hesitate to contact me on 0161 234 9940 or on email lizzie.coultas@acumenfieldwork.com to discuss further.

If you would like to register with us to be contacted directly about future medical research projects, please go to www.researchopinions.co.uk and register as a ‘HEALTHCARE USER’.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Many thanks,

Lizzie Coultas
Medical Field Manager

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