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Opportunity details

Mothers and those who smoke needed to help on intervention study about smoking in pregnancy

Mothers, preferably who smoke, needed for advice on project designs

Link to organisation:

https://www.healthlumen.com/

Full description:

We are interested in exploring the long-term impact on mothers and infants of smoking cessation interventions in pregnancy using a computer model.

We’re looking for advice/insights/input from mothers who used to smoke, or who smoked during pregnancy (or who currently are), or who smoked after pregnancy, or know someone who did, to advise on the design and communication of the study.

Date from

22nd August 2019

Date to

22nd October 2019

Organisation

HealthLumen

HealthLumen is a small limited company (www.healthlumen.com). We develop statistical modelling software which aims to generate evidence to quantify the future impact of interventions on non-communicable diseases when scaled across the population. Interventions include policy, prevention, screening, and treatment interventions. We do this by carrying out systematic reviews, epidemiological analysis, algorithm development and software development.


Details

Topic:

Ageing

Location:

UK wide

Involvement type:

Designing and managing

What support is offered?

We will be able to offer mentoring support.

Payment:

No payment is available at the proposal stage, however reasonable payment will be made for involvement in the study should it get funded.

Expenses:

Economy travel up to a max of £100

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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