Volunteers sought for healthcare practitioner-patient relationship research
PhD student Martin Čadek is looking to recruit at least 160 participants for his study, which he hopes, once completed will inform future medical practice.
“This research focuses on the practitioner-patient relationship,” said Martin. “Participants will view a short video clip of a healthcare professional and respond to questions about health. The entire study is online, and can be completed at a time convenient to participants.
“Those who volunteer will take on the role of a patient and all answers given will remain anonymous. Afterwards participants will be debriefed and offered an opportunity to ask any additional questions.”
Volunteers should be aged between 18-50 and fluent in English. They must not be healthcare professionals or students undertaking medical or psychology degrees – with the exception of first year undergraduates.
Anyone who would like to get involved can take part here. The process should take no more than 25 minutes.
For further information, contact Martin at email@example.com.