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Call for Participants: Wellbeing and Attitudes to Bowel Cancer

Call for Participants: Wellbeing and Attitudes to Bowel Cancer

You are invited to take part in a research project looking at "Wellbeing and Attitudes to Bowel Cancer"

Would you like to find out about your wellbeing? Do you have 15 minutes to contribute to scientific research? Hugh Hunkin from the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide is looking for volunteers to complete a brief survey about "Wellbeing and Attitudes to Bowel Cancer". You'll find out your personalised wellbeing score along with suggestions for ways to improve your wellbeing. The data collected are entirely anonymous and could contribute to improving public health.

The project assesses the impact of asking different questions towards attitudes to theAustralian National Bowel Screening Program.  It aims to establish how asking such questions may be used to increase bowel cancer screening rates in future.  The survey will also measure participant wellbeing and display a personalised wellbeing score.

To participate in the study go to http://sgiz.mobi/s3/0b1dd588541f

The study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee at the University of Adelaide (approval number 17/49).