IBS Patient Survey Opportunity

Posted on the 4th August 2017

A group of researchers from the University of Sheffield is investigating how people with IBS use food or activity logging apps to monitor diet and/or fitness to help them manage their condition.

They’re asking people with IBS to complete a short online survey that should take about 10 minutes of your time. Update: Please note that the survey is no longer open, thank you to those who participated.

They are interested in finding out more about how you choose a suitable app, how trustworthy you find the information you get from the app (e.g. calories, nutritional information, recipes), and opinions on data sharing and data privacy.

There is more information about the project on their website.

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