Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Survey exploring the long-term impact of coronavirus on people living with obesity

April 2021
June 2021
Online study
University College London
Survey exploring the continued long-term impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on people living with obesity including those accessing weight management and bariatric services in the UK

Researchers at University College London and University of Leeds would like to invite people living with diabetes and obesity, aged 18 or over, to complete an online survey that explores the long-term impact of the coronavirus outbreak on people with diabetes and obesity. Questions will ask about your long-term perception, attitudes and actions towards the coronavirus outbreak and also about your access to clinical services. 

This will help researchers to understand more about how people with diabetes and obesity have been impacted and how they have been managing since the first national lockdown in July 2020. It will also help to inform policy makers and clinicians about what extra support might be needed.
 
You can take part in the survey here or for more information please contact: Dr Adrian Brown on a.c.brown@ucl.ac.uk

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