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Opportunity to take part in research on the impact of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus on work

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This survey is being carried out by a a PhD student at the Department of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck University of London who are looking for volunteers to take part in a survey about factors influencing absenteeism and employment status among people diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.

To take part in the study you need to have been diagnosed with SLE and aged 18 or over. You do not need to be in paid employment to take part.

This research involves answering questions online about a variety of issues including demographic, health, psychological and work-related factors to better understand the factors contributing to difficulties working among people with SLE.

Participation will take approximately 30 minutes.

If you are interested in taking part, please visit:


or contact the main researchers involved in the study for more information: Theodore Veniamin (PhD student): tveniamin@hotmail.com; Professor Anne Miles: ae.miles@bbk.ac.uk; and Professor Beth Grunfeld: e.grunfeld@bbk.ac.uk.

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Thanks for posting! Good to finally see some research being conducted in which Australians can participate! 👍

Hi I had the blood test and filled in all the forms at princess Alexandra hospital harlow about 3 weeks ago ..Hopefully some good will come from it ,I have had lupus sle for 20years now..

I took part in something like this just over a year or so ago, haven’t heard anything since 🙁

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