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Discussion group invitation: Do you think the emergency services should be able to see your medical records?

Thu 09 May 2019

Researchers at the University of Liverpool are carrying out an important epilepsy study. They would like to speak to people with epilepsy who have been to A&E, or had contact with the ambulance service, in the last 12 months. Family members or friends of a person with epilepsy can also take part.

The study looks at how people are supported by the emergency services and access to medical records. It is a chance to have your say.

You can take part if you:

You can also take part if you are a family member or friend of a person with epilepsy.

You will be reimbursed for travel expenses & thanked with a £10 shopping voucher.

Interested?

Please contact Louise Roper from University of Liverpool:

Email: Louise.Roper@liverpool.ac.uk
Phone: 0151 795 5326
Tweet: @louise22roper

This study ends recruitment in June 2019.

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