Cambridge Design Partnership; a technology and product development company is working with a manufacturer of medical devices that wishes to understand the needs of people who have been prescribed an adrenaline (or epinephrine) auto-injector for use in an emergency response to an anaphylaxis episode. Specifically, they are very interested in understanding needs related to acquiring, storing, carrying and using adrenaline auto-injectors so that they can help to develop products which will better meet these needs.
The research will consist of a 75-minute, in-home interview with a trained researcher from Cambridge Design Partnership. They will compensate the participants with GBP £170 for their time and availability.
Please note, these interviews will take place either on May 31st or June 1st. The interviews will be audio and video recorded, all data will be stored securely and anonymously and will be used only by Cambridge Design Partnership and their client.
They would also like participants to complete a short pre-task which will take just a couple of minutes each day to complete for up to 5 days before the interview. Of course, by way of an acknowledgment of the time required for the interview and the pre-task, they are able to offer participants a payment of £45.
This research is for adults only in the London/Greater London areas. If you are interested in taking part please send an email to [email protected]