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[Solved] A Research Project into Eating Patterns and Parent

 
davidw
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You are invited to participate in a short study conducted by Dr Seage (Cardiff Met) and Dr Reynolds (Middlesex Univ). The study investigates predictors of eating habits in children aged 18 months to -8 years old. The project has received approval from ‘Cardiff School Health Science Research Ethics Committee and Middlesex University Ethics Committee.
What you will do:
You will complete a short online questionnaire (approx. 15min) which asks you to answer questions about your child (or children’s) eating behaviour. You will also be required to complete a number of measures that look at your own wellbeing.
Participants must be over 18 to be eligible to take part in this study and you must have at least one child aged 18months - 8 years old.
You must not have a history of disordered eating and your child (children) must not have a health condition that impacts on their eating behaviour (e.g. ASD, Diabetes, food intolerance)
Participation in the study is voluntary and all data collected is anonymised. Only the researcher will have access to the data collected in this study. The data collected in this study may be used for publication. By completing this questionnaire you are consenting to taking part in the research study
Please click the following to link to participate:
https://cardiffmet.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5Bl9zvgLTzDhnG5
Many thanks,
Dr Heidi Seage, Hseage@cardiffmet.ac.uk
Dr Gemma Reynolds, g.reynolds@mdx.ac.uk

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Topic starter Posted : 09/11/2015 4:31 pm
Mojo
 Mojo
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Hi there

All of our research requests require a consent form to be allowed on this forum, so as to protect our users.

You will find a link to the consent form in the stickys at the top of the Media Requests section and I have moved your post to there.

If you have already applied and been accepted then just ignore this post.

Thank you

Mojo (Moderator)

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Posted : 09/11/2015 5:40 pm
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