What does the Online Sleep Survey involve?
The purpose of the survey is to identify any sleep concerns and disruption to daily rhythms that may be experienced by visually impaired individuals.
The outcomes of this research will help us to provide informed feedback to healthcare professionals about the links between sleep and vision loss, and guide further research to meet the needs of the community.
The Online Survey will ask you questions related to your:
- Visual health
- Physical health and current medications
- Mental health and well-being
- Light perception and any associated pain or discomfort
The Survey takes 45 – 60 minutes to complete and can be completed online, or over the telephone with one of our friendly researchers.
Am I eligible to take part in the Survey?
The survey is open to adults over the age of 18 who live in the UK and who are registered as sight impaired or severely sight impaired.
How do I take part in the Online Survey?
To take part in the study, please follow the link below to register your name and contact details and a researcher will get in touch with you directly. There is currently no cut-off date for the survey.
Or if you would like to learn more about the Survey, you can contact the research team directly by emailing us at email@example.com, or by leaving your name and telephone number on the study answer phone 01865 546582 and a researcher will get back you.
Can I complete the Survey Online at any time?
Yes! If you would like to complete the Survey Online, you may save and continue the Survey at any time.
Can I participate in more research with Circadian Therapeutics?
At the end of the Survey you will have the opportunity to register your interest in further research with us. You can learn more about further research with us at the Further Research Studies page.
Please note that you can complete the Online Survey without taking part in further research.
This project has been reviewed and received favourable opinion by the Health Research Authority and Research Ethics Committee (REC reference: 18/WM/0290)