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A person’s chest, heart and stroke condition can affect the lives of their partners and family members, but this important impact is often ignored. Researchers at Cardiff University have created a simple questionnaire to measure this impact. They need your help to test this questionnaire before it can be used routinely to better understand and care for the health and social needs of partners and families. The researchers invite people affected by chest, heart and stroke condition and their partners or other family members (aged at least 18 years) to complete this 5-minute survey: https://cardiff.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/measuring-the-family-impact-of-disease-
All people affected by chest, heart and stroke condition and their partners and family members aged 18 years and older living in the UK.
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