ASPIRE Study seeking survey respondents

NUI Galway School of Medicine student Caoimhe Madden is seeking to hear from people with epilepsy about their experiences of general practices as part of the ASPIRE study.

The study is seeking to measure people's perception of "safety" in GP care. Safety for the purposes of this study refers to efforts made by the staff in the practice (doctors, nurses,receptionists etc) to prevent any mistakes happening in your care and to reduce the risk of any mistakes happening.

The ASPIRE study aims to establish whether there are differences in "safety" experience between those who have no long-term health conditions and those who are living with long-term conditions; such as epilepsy. 

The survey is anonymous and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. 

You can complete the survey by clicking HERE.

If you have any questions or queries regardin this study, please contact Principal Investogator Caoimhe Madden by emailing caoimhe.madden@nuigalway.ie.

 

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