[RECRUITMENT CLOSED] FREED-Mobile (FREED-M) study: Research Volunteers Wanted!

What are we doing?

Do you have problems with your eating behaviours or concerns about your weight? Are you unsure whether you need help? We are exploring if the use of online resources are helpful for young people in deciding whether to seek support for their eating problems.

What’s involved:

Completing 3 online surveys (35 minutes each) and viewing some online resources (15-20 minutes per week for 4 weeks).

Compensation:

You will be paid £20 in vouchers for your participation.

Who can take part:

  • Young people aged between 16 and 25 years
  • Experiencing problems with eating or weight
  • Living in England
  • No previous or current specialist treatment for eating disorders. You can still take part if you are currently on the waiting list.

Contact details:

For more information or to sign up, please visit https://freedm.uk

If you have questions, you can contact the study team at FREEDMobile@kcl.ac.uk.



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