• Glenn Hearson

What would it take to get you involved in research? Take our Survey

We are currently facing unprecedented times and are all adapting to the regular changes which affect the way we live and indeed work. These changes also extend to the way we practice research, both for he people undertaking research and those who participate in it.
Research is essential to develop new treatments and care pathways in order to help patients live more normal lives. Never has this been more important, and we’ve recently seen first hand the rewards of research, with the recent findings on Dexamethasone and Synairgen plc SNG001 (IFNβ-1a for nebulisation) and thir use in managing Covid-19 symptoms.
Our research aims to understand more about lung conditions, but to do this we need volunteers to help us shape the way we conduct research now and in the future. As a volunteer you can be involved throughout the whole research process, which will in turn help you understand more about how you lungs function in response to the environment.
So we are asking you today, what it would take for you to get involved in research? Because now more than ever, every breath matters.
We want to understand what is important to you, and your thoughts on how we can continue to safely conduct research in the future using apps, electronic devices and online platforms.
We would be grateful if you could please take 5-10 minutes to complete this short survey to help us help you

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