My name is Harriet and I am an undergraduate psychology student at Birkbeck, University of London. I am undertaking a study about Hughes Syndrome as part of final year project. I am therefore looking for participants between the age of 18 and 60, who have been diagnosed with Hughes Syndrome for at least a year, who are taking Warfarin long-term (for a minimum of three months) and who would be willing to talk about their experience of living with the disorder.
The interview will last no longer than one hour and participants will be entered into a draw to win a £20 gift voucher of their choice as a token of appreciation for taking part in the study.
I am looking for participants who are preferably London based; an online Skype interview can be arranged for those who would like to take part but do not live locally, or if more convenient.
All data collected will be anonymous and confidential, and the research has been approved by the Department of Psychological Sciences Research Ethics Committee of Birkbeck, University of London.
If you would like to part in the study, please contact me either by email or telephone and I will be happy to send you further information.
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