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Hey guys, here's a little quick post for those who haven't seen my pleading on Facebook and Twitter, I need your help!!!!
I am currently working on my final year project for Uni which is a magazine feature looking at the diagnosis of Coeliac disease, how long it takes to get diagnosed, and why it is that 1 out of 100 people in the UK are a Coeliac but only 1 in 8 of those people are diagnosed!!
I would love it if everyone could take JUST TWO MINUTES of their time to FILL OUT MY SURVEY!! 🙂 🙂
It would be an amazing help and I'm really hoping that I can get some answers for you guys in doing this project!!
I know some of you have already told me your stories about how long it took you to get diagnosed, or previous ailments you were falsely diagnosed with before they found out you had coeliac disease!
So please take a minute to fill out this confidential survey - CLICK HERE!!
And I promise to keep you updated on all the findings!! Thankyou everyone who has and is about to complete this for me, it means a lot!!!!
Done! You might also want to change your survey end to point back to your blog page - it is easy to do in Survey Monkey and should lead to more comments for you!
If you go to http://members2.boardhost.com/glutenfree/ (The Gluten Free Message Board) and post a message asking for help with your college project and giving the link to the survey I am sure that you will get lots of replies from coeliacs.
Thanks for the advice Fi, I've had a look but apparently I have to upgrade to do this 🙁 unless I am missing something obvious which is highly likely!
Karen - thanks for the tip, I will do that now, and fingers crossed as the response has been great so far!
I just wrote a post detailing some advice on how to write better survey questions. My #1 piece of advice is to avoid complicated sentences. Keep it simple, stupid, is an especially good piece of advice when composing a survey! Check it out if you’re looking for help: