Recruiting people who use inhalers to take part in medical study
The research team at Queen Alexandra Hospital are conducting a new study looking at the inhaler technique of people with a lung condition. They are looking for people who use an inhaler to take part in this study. Studies show that up to 92% of people do not use their inhaler properly, and the correct inhaler technique is vital in managing your symptoms and underlying lung condition. As part of the study, if required, you will be taught how to use your inhaler correctly so you get the most out of it. The information we gather on how people use their inhalers could help us to give better advice on treatment for people with lung conditions in the future.
Volunteers must be
- Age: 16+
- Gender: Either
- Staff/Student: Both
We are very grateful for the time you will spend helping us with this study and, as compensation, you will receive £5 to cover your car park fee. The study will take around 30-40 minutes to complete.
Dates: Open until the end of 2020
Duration: Open until the end of 2020
Location: Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (but if there is enough interest a session could be held at UoP)
If you would like more information, contact Ruth De Vos (Specialist Outpatient Respiratory Physiotherapist & Respiratory Research PhD Fellow) at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)23 9228 6000 extension 4108.
This testing has been reviewed by the Science Faculty ethics committee and been given the following ethics code: 19/SC/0286