Acumen are currently organising research in the UK on behalf of a national sight loss charity to test a quality of life measure that is currently being developed. For the survey they are looking to blind and partially sighted people.
The quality of life measure will help the charity assess the ongoing wellbeing of people in relation to the services they use. All responses will help to refine the questions as necessary.
The research involves a 15 minute online survey and anybody contributing will receive £10 as a thank you for their time.
People interested in the study should follow the link below to complete the screening questions to register interest:
Acumen will then send the full survey details should people meet the criteria for the study. In this email everybody will receive a unique ID number so that they can record the response and provide the incentive upon completion.
The main criteria for people to be eligible for the study is that they are registered partially or severely sight impaired.
The Nystagmus Network has checked with Acumen that this research is backed by a bona fide institution, that there are no commercial interests and that data with be correctly stored and privacy protected.