Surveys

We are often asked to distribute surveys on the behalf of researchers doing important studies on arthritis. We also run our own surveys covering anything from event feedback or surveys to help us improve on your experience with us. Have a look at the current surveys below.

Impacts on social relationships

Researchers at Auckland University of Technology invite you to complete a 20-30 minute anonymous online survey. The aim of the study is to find out how having a complex medical condition impacts on social relationships.

If you have any form of arthritis and your treatment involves seeing multiple medical specialists and you are aged 18 – 65 years, please take part in the survey.

Please click here for more information and to complete the survey.

Alternatively if you’d like to print it out and fill it in on paper, download it here.

Contact details: Dr Wendy Wrapson: wwrapson@aut.ac.nz; tel: 09 921 9999 ext 6136.

Foot problems among people with psoriatic arthritis

Considerable improvement in the assessment and treatment of foot problems related to psoriatic arthritis is needed and little evidence exists in this area. Keeping people on their feet is important for maintaining a normal daily routine, work, family and social life.

Western Sydney University researchers are seeking your help with new research into foot problems in psoriatic arthritis. With the right management, people with psoriatic arthritis might have the opportunity to minimise disabling foot pain and joint damage and this research will seek to identify what are the important issues.

The study is a survey to better understand the experiences of people with psoriatic arthritis related foot problems. By helping with this survey, you will be directly influencing the research agenda and raising issues that are important to people with psoriatic arthritis.

Please help to promote your views by completing the online survey. If you would prefer a paper copy, please email Kate Carter at info@psoriaticfootarthritis.com

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