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Beliefs and attitudes about food allergies of 11-16-year olds in the UK

A researcher at Aston University is running a study to see what 11-16-year olds in the UK think about food allergies. There are questionnaires for young people both with and without food allergies, so all young people can take part. 

Food allergies affect around 6% of children, but very little research has been published on what young people think and how they feel about food allergies. 

To take part in the study, your child needs to be 11 - 16 years old and living in the UK. They will be asked to fill in some questionnaires online, which will take about 20-30 minutes. 

There is also the option to enter a prize raffle if they complete the questionnaire. Prizes include 1x £50 Love2Shop voucher and 5x £10 Love2Shop vouchers. 

If your child is interested in taking part, click below for details and to begin the questionnaire:

Questions for young people WITH a food allergy

Questions for young people WITHOUT a food allergy

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