We'd like to talk to teenagers living with Cystic Fibrosis
We would like to talk to teenagers living with cystic fibrosis (age between 12-16) and their parents and carers to understand how it feels to live with Cystic Fibrosis and how it affects their day-to-day life so that we can design new digital solutions to make their life easier.
We are carrying out a series of one hour interviews and 2-3 hour sessions at individuals homes next week, across London and the South East and 1 hour Skype interviews for those not based in the South East. We’ll be doing the sessions between Monday 6th and Sunday 12th of February and are happy to be flexible around your lives, for example we could visit/call after school or pop in for breakfast.
If you are interested in taking part, please fill out our form HERE and we'll give you a call to give you more detail and arrange a time we can come see you. If you would like to participate but the dates don’t work for you, then fill in our form and we might be able to arrange another time.
About us and this project: This is a project funded by the Small Business Research Initiative (http://sbrihealthcare.co.uk/). SBRI Healthcare is an NHS England initiative, led by the country’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), that co-develops innovative products to address unmet health needs.
We are a team of dedicated health professionals and designers looking to build a product that can support young people living with long term conditions.
Please note all information and opinions gathered will be kept fully secure and confidential. Once all opinions are gathered, they will be anonymised and support the design of the prototype.
Please complete our form: CLICk here
If you would like to read more about this specific project brief from the SBRI Healthcare website: CLICK HERE