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Paid research opportunity for females taking the contraceptive pill

20 February 2015

Researchers from UCL Department of Epidemiology and Health are inviting females to take part in a research study looking at memory recall for medication and side effects for females who are taking the contraceptive pill.

Female volunteers wanted for research study on contraceptive pill

All participants will be given a £10 Amazon gift certificate for taking part.

What would taking part involve?

The study will involve coming to the researchers' office at the UCL School of Pharmacy. There will be a computer task and some health questionnaires. The whole session will last approximately 30 minutes.

Although there are no direct benefits to you participating in this project, by taking part you are contributing to improving the knowledge of medicine-taking beliefs and behaviours.

To take part in this study, or if you have any further questions, please contact: gry.svendsen.14@ucl.ac.uk.

This study is conducted by Gry K. Svendsen, MSc student, Department of Epidemiology and Health, and supervisor Dr Sarah Chapman.

This study has received ethical approval from the UCL Research Ethics Committee, ID Number: 4718/002.

UCL Department of Epidemiology and Health