Telephone and online video appointments for coeliac disease
Over the past year, appointments for coeliac disease have moved away from face to face towards telephone or online video consultations, due to the pandemic.
What will healthcare look like in the future? Healthcare professionals need to hear the voice of people with coeliac disease regarding your experience and preference for appointments.
The study aims to explore the acceptability of telephone and online video appointments in a UK population of adults with coeliac disease.
The study findings will be presented to GPs, hospital doctors and dietitians with the aim of informing their annual review provision for people with coeliac disease.
If you are not presently offered an annual review, or you choose not to attend, your views on this issue are very important too.
Who can take part
If you would like to take part in the study you must be:
- Over the age of 18 and have a diagnosis of coeliac disease
- Living in the United Kingdom
What is involved?
The online questionnaire takes about 15 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey, there is a chance to enter a prize draw.
How to take part
To complete the survey please click here.
This is a study by the University of Roehampton and has been approved by the University of Roehampton Ethics Committee. The study was awarded as a Coeliac UK sponsored dissertation 2020.
Lidia Orlandi is studying for a Masters of Research in Nutrition and Metabolic Disorders. This research will form part of Lidia’s dissertation.