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London Metropolitan University, in conjunction with the Whittington NHS Trust, is inviting you to help with a study into the effects of social distancing and self-isolation measures on people living in the six London boroughs served by the Whittington.

stay home save lives banner on fenceIf you are an adult resident in Islington, Camden, Haringey, Brent, Hackney or Enfield we would like to invite you to participate by answering a 5-10-minute online survey.

To say thank you for taking part, we’ll enter you into a prize draw to win one of four £100 Aldi shopping vouchers.

The results will help us understand the barriers and facilitators of lockdown measures on individuals and local communities, identify which groups are most vulnerable, and better understand the support that is needed.

To take part visit:

Dr Yolanda Eraso, FRSPH, FHEA
Course Leader BSc Public Health & Health Promotion
Research Lead School of Social Professions
Centre for Primary Health & Social Care
School of Social Professions
London Metropolitan University


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