A UK based market research agency called Bryter is looking for UK residents to take part in research studies on the subject of injectable human growth hormone therapy.
They have two studies which will be running in the early part of 2020.
About the Research:
A two week study where participants will download a user friendly App to their smartphone through which they can share their experiences of using injectable human growth hormone therapy. This study is open to parents and caregivers of children using this therapy as well as patients that are managing their own treatment The objective of this study is to gain some insights about the patients’ treatment routines and views of treatments available. There will be a series of questions and short tasks that can be answered using text, pictures or videos and won’t require more than about 10-minutes commitment per day at a time that is convenient. Some participants will then be invited to take part in a follow up in home interview lasting 120-minutes, parts of which will be filmed.
Participants will be offered an incentive of £150 as a thank you for completing the app based survey, paid via Amazon voucher or bank transfer. Those participating in the follow up in home interview will receive a further £100. 10% of the incentive (or more if they wish) will be donated to your choice of our registered health charities.
An online survey, roughly 20 minutes in length on the subject of using injectable human growth hormone therapy. This study is open to parents and caregivers of children using this therapy as well as patients that are managing their own treatment Participants would complete the survey on a computer or other connected device.
Participants will be offered an incentive of £30 as a thank you for completing the survey, paid via Amazon voucher or bank transfer. 10% of the incentive (or more if they wish) will be donated to your choice of our registered health charities.
What to do if you are interested in taking part?
To check if you are eligible to participate in one or more of these studies, please click on the link below which will direct you to an online questionnaire where you will answer some questions to test for your suitability to participate. A member of the research team will then contact you with more details
The TSSS are pleased to support Bryter UK research project. It will provide interesting information that will help other children in the future. If you meet the criteria please do think about taking part.