Over the last two months, we have been working with a group of people with long-term conditions to develop a new self-management tool for people with long-term conditions: MyLifeTool.
We would like your help to evaluate this tool before it is made available to the public. It does not matter what type of long-term condition you have, or if you have more than one condition. The tool is designed to support people with any long-term condition.
You would be asked to:
- Use the self-management tool for one month, beginning early September 2019.
- Keep a diary of your experiences of using the self-management tool for the one-month period.
- Take part in a one to two hour focus group in early October 2019, with up to nine other participants. The focus group will be tape recorded and conducted at Teesside University. Your travel costs to the University will be covered.
All data is anonymous and your personal details will be kept confidential. You can withdraw from the study at any time up until two weeks after the focus group has taken place.
The project is running in partnership with Teesside University and Neuro Key and ethical approval has been granted by Teesside University.
If you would like to help or would like further information, please contact Stephanie Kilinc:
Address: School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Law, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BX