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Perceptions about side effect information

Deadline: 14th October 2018
The way in which information is presented can impact upon people’s perceptions of that information. Presentation of side effect information for medications is therefore important, as it could impact the likelihood of patients’ adherence to that medication.

5-10 minutes

Attitudes about Antibiotics

Deadline: 27th September 2018
We’re interested in hearing about your attitudes towards antibiotics.

10 – 20 minutes

Perceptions around infographics vs. written text

Deadline: 10th September 2018

The way in which is presented can have an impact on the recipient’s perceptions of the information being provided. This questionnaire has been designed to help us better understand perceptions around how information is presented.

5-10 minutes

5-10 minutes

10-20 minutes

5-10 minutes

See our previous projects


Heller, Chapman & Horne

No blank slates Pre existing schemas about pharmaceuticals predict memory for side effects Psychology & Health.

Watkinson, Chapman & Horne

Beliefs about pharmaceutical medicines and natural remedies explain individual variation in placebo analgesia.

Bartley, Fasse & Horne

You Can’t Always Get What You Want: The Influence of Choice on Nocebo and Placebo Responding.

Heller, Chapman & Horne

Beliefs about medication predict the misattribution of a common symptom as a medication side effect — Evidence from an analogue online study.

Faasse, Grey & Horne

Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety- High perceived sensitivity to medicines.

Chan, Stewart, Harrison, Black, Mitchell & Foster

Electronic adherence monitoring device performance and patient acceptability: a randomized control trial.

Green, Horne and Shephard

Public perceptions of the risks benefits Complementary Theories.

Horne, Faasse & Cooper

The perceived sensitivity to medicines (PSM) scale: An evaluation of validity and reliability.

Nestoriuc, Orav, Liang, Horne & Barsky

Prediction of Nonspecific Side Effects in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients by Beliefs About Medicines.

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