ME/CFS International Family Impact Study

Who: Dr. Nina Muirhead and the Study Team at Cardiff University, United Kingdom have developed a survey with two questionnaires, one for the patient and one for a life partner or family member. If you cannot be together to complete it, you can save and return.

What: An international research study, looking at the impact of ME/CFS on the quality of life of both patients and their family members. People with ME/CFS piloting the survey found each questionnaire only took about 5 minutes to complete.

When: Closing date is March 31st 2021

Where: https://redcap.link/MECFSFamilyImpactStudy

If you have started the study but lost the link to return please e-mail [email protected] to be given your unique access code (please note this may take a few days).

 

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