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You can help research into fibromyalgia! Fill in a survey

Sheffield Hallam University is conducting a study about the experiences of living with and being treated for fibromyalgia. The study involves completing a survey in which participants will be asked questions about their wellbeing, how symptoms impact on everyday life and treatments they have tried.

The survey, which is a part of a research study, has been generously funded by Folly Pogs Fibromyalgia Research project.

The survey is anonymous, no personal details are requested, takes about 30 minutes and you can save your answers and come back to it later as many times as you need.

This survey will help inform the team of researchers about future possible treatments for fibromyalgia – we hope that you will spare some time to help the cause. The survey is only for people who are 18 and over and who have an official diagnosis of fibromyalgia.

Please make sure to complete the survey to the very end – if the last question won’t be answered and the survey won’t be submitted, it won’t be received by the researchers. The survey will be active until March 2016. 

The Link to the Survey:

https://shusls.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8IlWC0fiugT3MIB

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