Research on Dyspraxia in the Workplace

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Research on Dyspraxia in the Workplace

Post by JessB » Wed May 08, 2019 11:03 am

Hi there everyone,

My name is Jess and I am an Msc Psychology student at the University of Surrey, Guildford. My research for my thesis is looking at experiences, both positive and negative, that individuals with dyspraxia encounter in the workplace. I am looking to recruit a small number of participants for an informal focus group discussion to be held at the University and I was wondering whether anybody would be interested! It will be a loosely guided discussion, however I really want the conversation to be led by participants in order to get an in depth understanding of experiences in the workplace.

The study has received full ethics approval from the FHMS department at the University of Surrey.

If you would be interested, please message me privately on here or feel free to email me at jb01705@surrey.ac.uk. I have a participant information sheet which I can provide with a more detailed discussion of what the study involves.

Thank you!

Best wishes

Jess

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Re: Research on Dyspraxia in the Workplace

Post by I_Voyager » Thu May 09, 2019 5:32 pm

Are you looking exclusively for people in your geographic region?

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Re: Research on Dyspraxia in the Workplace

Post by JessB » Mon May 13, 2019 1:50 pm

Hi there,

It would be preferable to be within the Surrey area, mainly because we are unable to cover travel expenses to get to the University! If you are however, willing to travel, that would be fantastic :)

The second part of the study will be an online survey and so geographic location will not be an issue!

Kind Regards

Jess

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