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7 Dec 19
Dear members, as part of my PhD research at the Centre for Health and
Clinical Research at Hertfordshire University I am conducting research to
help improve the care of patients with excess body weight by developing a
much needed weight-specific, quality of life questionnaire that can more
accurately measure patient reported treatment outcomes.
I would be very grateful if you could spare 10 minutes of you time to
complete a survey.
It will ask you to indicate any current or previous medical conditions, and
issues related to physical health, mental health and wellbeing. It will also
ask background questions such as age, occupation and when you first started
trying to lose weight.
I would be very grateful if you could support this research into helping
treat people with obesity.
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