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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR A QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH STUDY
United States Health Valuation Study
We are a team of researchs from the University of Illinois at Chicago recruiting for an in-person survey that tries to understand the views that Americans have related to health-related quality of life. This research study does not involve taking any experimental medicines or treatments.
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Be available to meet at the following locations and dates
|Chicago, IL||May 9 through August 27|
|Philadelphia, PA||May 31 through June 3|
|Phoenix, AZ||June 14 through June 17|
|Birmingham, AL||July 10 through July 14|
|Seattle, WA||July 26 through July 29|
|Denver, CO||August 9 through August 12|
- 1 screening phone call (less than 5 minutes long to see if you are eligible for the research study. If you are eligible, we will schedule a time for your study visit.
- 1 study visit: spend 30 to 45 minutes at a central location in your area to complete a survey on a computer asking about your views.
- $30 reimbursement for your time and effort at the end of the survey.
- Your views on health-related quality of life will help decision makers understand the values of the United States general population.
- All information collected is kept anonymous; you can choose to stop participating in the study at any point.
- Scheduling is flexible for your study visit, including evenings and weekends.
Principle Investigator - Dr. A. Simon Pickard, PhD, Professor, UIC College of Pharmacy
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING
If you are interested in participating, please:
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or Call us at (312) 553-4686
- Or fill out the information form here: https://goo.gl/25tPOZ
After contacting us, we will follow-up by phone or email to confirm your eligibility, answer any questions, and schedule a face-to-face interview.
MEET THE STUDY TEAM
The study team is ready to answer your questions!
Thank you for your interest in the research study. We look forward to hearing from you.