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lpxjl6, March 25,  2019  3:34pm EST

Online survey for T.I.A./stroke survivors

Hi there,

My name is James Lumb, I am an MSc student at the University of Nottingham, UK. I would like to invite all T.I.A./stroke survivors over the age of 18 to take part in a brief online survey. If you have ever used an online T.I.A./stroke-related group, message board or chatroom, I would like to hear from you, even if you don’t actively post messages.

This online survey is part of an MSc research project concerning the ways in which online support communities can affect stroke survivors' experiences. The survey is mostly comprised of tick-box style questions which should only take between 5-10 minutes to complete. Eventually, this research may be published in an academic journal, however any response you choose to give will remain completely confidential. You aren't required to provide any identifiable information and if you do, it will be anonymised. Your responses will give valuable insight into the potential impact of online communities for stroke survivors.

If you have any more questions or concerns please feel free to ask them here or email the primary researcher (details below). If you follow the link below, you will find that many of the key questions have been addressed in the research introduction.

To begin the survey please click on the link below, (or copy and paste it into the address bar). The survey will remain open until 31st October 2019.


Your help is greatly appreciated. Please feel free to forward this link to other stroke survivors.

James Lumb

Primary researcher: James Lumb,
MSc Rehabilitation Psychology,
University of Nottingham, UK 

Research supervisor: Prof. Neil Coulson,
University of Nottingham, UK

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