Rapid Eczema Trials

Rapid Eczema Trials

Joining together to improve the lives of people living with eczema.

Do you have questions about the best ways to wash?

Would you like to join the Rapid Eczema Trials team?

What are we doing?

We are members of the public working with researchers to design and run clinical trials that answer questions that people have about living with eczema. If you have questions about how best to manage your eczema, then this project is for you. Come and join us – together we can improve the lives of people living with eczema.

How can you help?

We are looking for people with experience of eczema who would like to get involved. No matter what your skills or experiences in life, we would love to hear your views.

Here are some of examples of the types of things that you could help with

Submit ideas and help us prioritise where to focus what research questions are most important

Join a group of people to help design the trials (with support from researchers)

Help to understand what the results mean and how best to share them with others

Help by talking about the Rapid Eczema Trials research with your family and friends, and through your social media accounts

How to get involved?

There are many ways that you can get involved in this project. You don’t need to have experience of research, but it is useful if you can tell us what you are good at or like doing. We can then match up your skills with the activities that need doing.

I would like to join the Rapid Eczema Trials mailing list to be kept informed about the latest developments.

I would like to join one of the groups and work with others to design the research studies.

I would like to join one of the groups to plan ways of sharing study results with others so that people with eczema benefit from the research.

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Become a friend of the Rapid project, be sure to follow us on your favourite social media platforms and tell your friends and family about the Rapid Eczema Trials project.

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This project is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) under its Programme Grants for Applied Research programme (PGfAR NIHR203279). The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care.