If you have a child who lives with chronic spontaneous urticaria there is still a chance to make your views heard. A research project by Novartis is focused on gaining a better understanding of how CSU affects a child and what can be done to help children live well with this condition – and your participation would be very valuable.
The research will involve a one-hour online interview with trained research interviewers when you will have the opportunity to discuss your child’s experience with CSU and make your views known. You will be paid £50 for your time.
Check the criteria:
- You must be a parent or legal guardian of a child aged 2 -11 years at the time of interview, with a healthcare professional confirmed diagnosis of at least six months
(Researchers are looking for a representation of children in the 2-5, 6-7 and 8-11 age groups)
- You are willing to provide informed consent and agree to participate in the one-hour online interview
Your input will be so very valuable in shaping future research and supportive programmes for children living with CSU
If you are interested in making your voice heard as the parent of a child with CSU you can call 01322 611651 (leave a message out of hours) or drop an email via the below link and we will get in touch with you for a short screening interview.