If you don’t know what Long QT syndrome is, then no point in reading any further!
PHSG has received a message from The Research House to enquire whether anyone who has Long QT Syndrome would be willing to participate in interviews for their research.
The content of the message is below :
The Research House is conducting a nationwide market research study on Long QT Syndrome . We are inviting people who live with Long QT Syndrome to take part in a face-to-face interview on Monday 13th April or, alternatively, a telephone interview between Tuesday 14th April – Friday 17th April. As a token of appreciation, we are offering an honorarium of £105 for a face-to-face interview or £50 for a telephone interview. The aim of the research is to gain insight into patients’ and caregivers’ views with regards to Long QT Syndrome.
If you know any patients or carers of patients who may be interested in taking part in this study, I’d be grateful if you forwarded them my details. I have also attached a leaflet that you may use. As a token of appreciation, we are offering a referral fee of £30 per patient that you may be able to direct to us. Please be advised that we are not asking you to email us details of patients, rather we’re asking you to give them our details and should they be interested they can contact us directly (in accordance to the Pharmaceutical Market Research Code of Conduct).
We guarantee that this study will comply with all the relevant data protection and privacy laws and with the European Pharmaceutical Market Research Association’s Code of Conduct. The highest standards of professional conduct will be upheld in the collection and the recording of any information provided. Participants will remain anonymous and their responses will be treated as confidential at all times. No one will attempt to sell or promote any products during or following participation in this research.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
Farhana Uddin | Project Coordinator
The Research House, A Schlesinger Associates Company
124 Wigmore Street
London, W1U 3RY
(D) 44 (0) 20 7487 9188