About this study
There is currently limited information and understanding about sexual function in patients with pulmonary fibrosis (PF).
This study aims to learn if sexual dysfunction is common in patients with PF.
The study will gain greater understanding about patients’ concerns and feeling around their sexual function. This knowledge will help to improve care and quality of life for patients.
What is involved?
This study will involve completing one online survey, which should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. The survey will ask different questions about PF and your thoughts about sexual function.
The survey is anonymous and no identifiable information will be kept with the data collected. All data will be confidential.
After completion of the 10 minute survey, there will be an additional opportunity to volunteer to take part in a follow-up interview. Should you wish to take part, this would require people to provide their email address in order to contact you to arrange the additional interview, but only after completion of the anonymous survey.
Summary of involvement
10 minute online survey
Optional follow-up interview
Can I take part?
You may be eligible to take part if you are over the age of 18, and have a diagnosis of pulmonary fibrosis (PF) or interstitial lung disease (ILD).
In research studies, there are lots of different reasons why you may or may not be able to take part. These are known as inclusion and exclusion criteria (see list below). Only the clinical trial team will be able to fully determine whether you are able to take part in the study. You can withdraw at any point.
If you are not able to take part in this research study, there may be other opportunities for you to take part in different studies.
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Diagnosis of PF or ILD
Over the age of 18
Under the age of 18
People who do not have a diagnosis of PF
What difference could taking part make?
There is currently a distinct lack of research that has been carried out in this area, meaning that little is known about sexual function in people diagnosed with PF. This study will enable greater understanding of the impact that a diagnosis of PF has on their sexual function, how this makes people feel, and highlight any potential concerns. This knowledge will help to improve the care provided to people with PF, which can ultimately improve quality of life.
Where does the study take place?
How to take part
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