PARTICIPANTS NEEDED for a Research study

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Hi guys!
I am a MSc health psychology student at Birmingham City University, and I am conducting research for my dissertation on social media content relating to body positivity and Polycystic ovaries syndrome (PCOS). Thus, I am looking for women with PCOS to participate in my study.
Participating in this study involves doing an online questionnaire which will take approximately 10-12 mins.
To participate:
· You must be a woman over the age of 18 years.
· Meet at least two of following requirements of Rotterdam criteria: oligo/anovulation (ovulatory dysfunction), hyperandrogenism or polycystic ovaries on ultrasound.
· Participants will be social media users. This may include any of these: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube.
If you believe you fit the criteria for this study and would like to participate, please click on this link https://astonbusinessschool.qualtric...yxUjRtB8PJQt14 to complete the questionnaire.
If you would like more information, please pm me.
This study has been approved by the Birmingham City University Department of psychology Ethics committee and is being supervised by Dr Michelle Griffiths.
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