July 25th, 2017
The University of Nottingham has been asked to participate in an international survey assessing attitudes towards faecal transplants. Can you provide your thoughts on the subject?
The survey is intended to help researchers understand the public’s view in the UK, USA and Canada on stool donation and faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT).
Survey participants will be asked to complete a short, anonymous questionnaire with their thoughts on the subject of FMT.
Please note: there are no risks associated with this survey and participation is completely voluntary. All questionnaire submissions are anonymous and cannot be traced back to the participant.
By participating in the survey, you will be helping to discover the attitudes of potential donors towards faecal donation. This may help with future donor recruitment and will directly benefit future FMT patients. The study will also help raise awareness about stool donation and FMT.
The survey closes on Thursday 31 August.
You can find the questionnaire, containing more information about the survey, here.
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