Are you a woman using contraception/birth control between 18-50 of age? Do you want to participate in a paid 20 question survey where you get to share your opinions and perspectives? In the survey questions, you will be asked to read parts of a leaflet/package insert (the leaflet/package insert is a document included in the package of a medication, that provides information about that drug and its use etc.). In the survey questions, you will be asked to read parts of a leaflet/package insert (the leaflet/package insert is a document included in the package of a medication, that provides information about that drug and its use etc.).
Patient in Focus seek women to participate in a paid online survey, sponsored by Bayer.
Share your perspectives and opinions and help update a leaflet, also called a package insert (which is a document included in the package of any medication picked up at the pharmacy, that provides information about that drug and its use).
We are looking for women who use or have used birth control, who want to review it to ensure the tone of voice, readability and language of the leaflet is user-friendly and easy to understand.
Each participant will spend 1-2 hours reading parts of the leaflet (which is inserted in the survey) and answering 20 questions.
The survey is completed online in English.
You will be paid 60 EUR and it should take approximately 1-2 hours.
• You must be a woman who either currently uses or in the past have used contraceptives.
• You must live in Europe.
• Women between the ages of 18-50 may participate.
• You must have internet access.
• You must be proficient in English.
Email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fill this out with your area of expertise (called interests): https://patientinfocus.com/patientengagement/
Patient in Focus is an international, disease neutral, nonprofit patient organization based in Europe. Built by patients for patients. Patient in Focus provides the opportunity to make a difference for yourself and others by being a voice with healthcare professionals, researchers, industry, academics etc. We do this through patient engagement, counseling, and a strong patient community, where we can create life-changing purpose and quality of life despite chronic illness, pain, and disabled.