The FOODSENSITIVE impact study
This is a project exploring the impact of coeliac disease, food allergy or food intolerance on quality of life. Researchers led by Dr Rebecca Knibb, Aston University, in collaboration with Universities of Surrey, Manchester and Newcastle, Allergy Action, Guys and St Thomas and Birmingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts, invite you to take part in their online survey.
Who can take part?
If you would like to take part in the study you must be living in the UK and either:
- An adult with coeliac disease, food intolerance or food allergy
- Parent of a child aged 0-17 years with coeliac disease, food intolerance or food allergy
- Young person aged 8-17 years with coeliac disease, food intolerance or food allergy
What is involved?
You are requested to complete an online questionnaire about how your food hypersensitivity, whether that is coeliac disease, an allergy or intolerance, affects quality of life and how it may impact on day to day life.
How to take part
For further information and to take part in the study, please click on the relevant links below:
- Adults with food hypersensitivity
- Parents of children aged 0-17 with food hypersensitivity
- Young people with food hypersensitivity aged 8-12 years, with parental support
- Young people with food hypersensitivity aged 13-17 years
All the #FOODSENSITIVE impact study surveys are also available in Welsh
- Adult survey, 18 years and over
- Parent survey
- Young people aged 8-12 years, with parental support
- Young people aged 13-17 years
If you would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that by making contact and showing an interest you are not obliged to take part in the study.
This is a study led by Aston University and has been approved by Aston University Research Ethics Committee. The study is funded by the Food Standards Agency.