Intramuscular Injector Survey

Nov 9, 2019

“Exploring a solution to improve the safety of patients with Adrenal and Pituitary conditions in emergency situations”.

One of our members is performing a study into how those with adrenal and pituitary conditions can be safer in emergency situations. We’re sure everyone will agree that this is a subject of great interest to all involved with the Support Group.

All feedback is greatly appreciated as it will help to inform research and designs further down the line.

Due to the ethics policy in place at the university, only over 18s can take part in the survey.

Take part in the survey here.

 

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