Help us to ensure our study results are understandable and accessible to everyone.
We need people who have experienced sciatic leg pain caused by a prolapsed disc to help us design our end of study information. It is important that the results from the study are understandable and accessible particularly to those who have suffered from sciatica.
It is likely your involvement will start in January 2019 and finish by June 2019. You would be required to attend monthly telephone meetings lasting no more than 30 minutes and / or comment on information by email / post.
1st November 2018
16th November 2018
The day-to-day running of the study is carried out by the Clinical Trials Research Centre (CTRC), University of Liverpool.
The CTRC is part of the Liverpool Clinical Trials Collaborative (LCTC). It provides a support and advice service to NHS professionals and academic researchers for NHS research.
Muscles, joints and bones
All of England
You will be provided with all of the information and resources you will need to participate fully in this study. Ongoing support for this role will be provided by the study co-ordinator and / or patient and public involvement (PPI) co-ordinator as appropriate (both are based at the CTRC). You will also be provided with full feedback on the results of the research.
£40 per telephone meeting