University of East Anglia Research Opportunity

Categories: Medication | News | Research

Written by P. Brady

Published: February 17, 2021

The relationship between feelings of control, low mood, and medication adherence in people with Parkinson’s

Dr Nick Zarotti, a trainee clinical psychologist at the University of East Anglia, is looking at how feeling in control could be linked to low mood and therefore taking medication.

The aim of the research is to test whether different measures of perceived control could help us understand the relationship between depression and people with Parkinson’s regularly taking their medication.

Who do the researchers need?

500 people who are taking medication for Parkinson’s. You will also need to be able to get online to complete the questionnaire, either on a computer, tablet or phone.

What’s involved?

Completing a one-off online questionnaire that shouldn’t take more than half an hour. 

For more information, please go to the study website

Interested in taking part?

Please fill in the online questionnaire.

If you have any further questions about the research or have issues accessing the questionnaire, please contact Nick via email or phone 07922330167 before 31 July 2021. 

This opportunity is not managed by Parkinson’s UK. 

Maybe this research isn’t for you? 

We realise that not every piece of research is right for everyone.

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