York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC, University of York) is running a survey to study how peanut allergy impacts on children’s quality of life. The results of the survey will not only help them better understand how peanut allergy affects a child’s life, but they will also inform the developments of new treatments to help relieve the burden of this condition on children and their families.
For this important piece of work, YHEC has partnered with two allergy charities from the UK to recruit participants to the survey: Allergy UK and The Anaphylaxis Campaign.
What will the Survey cover?
They are looking to recruit parents of children with a medically-diagnosed peanut allergy aged up to 11 years. As a parent you will be asked a few questions about yourself, some general questions about your child’s health as well as their quality of life. Older children (aged 8 and above) will be asked to a complete the survey as well*. It will take around 20 minutes to complete.
Do you want to help us learn more about peanut allergy and how it affects your child so that we can better understand the impacts? If you do and you would like to find out more about the study and how to take part, then please click on the link:
Please only fill this survey in once, Thank you!
*All the information will be completely anonymous, that means they won’t ask you to provide any details that could identify either you or your child.
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