Researchers at Teesside University would like to recruit adults with type 2 diabetes and anxiety or depression to take part in a study looking at what helps or stops people living with these condition take part in shared decision-making with healthcare professionals.
The first stage of the research involves an interview with a researcher either over the telephone or Microsoft Teams. This will be to find out what you think is important when engaging in shared decision making. It will also be to hear your experiences of living with both type 2 diabetes and depression/anxiety, and to hear of any good (or not so good) experiences you have had of shared decision making in appointments. This interview will take approximately one hour.
Participants will then be invited to take part in workshops to design new tools, based on the findings from the interviews, to help people take part in shared decision making with their clinicians.
For information please contact: Rose Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call 07385390362 and leave a message, and Rose will get back to you.