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Implementing Pharmacogenomics in General Practice

Researchers at Dundee University School of Medicine would like to hear peoples’ views about a new way of making prescribing more tailored to individuals. We all vary in how our bodies respond to medicines but prescribing at the moment tends to be “one size fits all” approach. The researchers would like to gather people’s opinions on using genetic information to help guide choice of medicines.

If you would like to take part, the researcher would organise for you to come to a group discussion with approximately 5-9 other people. The discussion would last around one to one and a half hours. There are no right or wrong answers, the researcher is interested in the views of people with a wide range of experience and background. The group discussion will be somewhere convenient to where you live (e.g. library or local GP) and travel expenses would be paid.

For more information about this study please email [email protected] or call 01382 383235.

To check your eligibility for this study please complete the short questionnaire below. If you wish to take part, please ensure that you register with SHARE on completion (even if you have done so already) to ensure that we can contact you.

Please tell us a little more about yourself to see whether you may be suitable for this study.

Please answer the questions below.

1 . * Are you aged 21 or over?
2 . * Do you live in Tayside?
3 . * Are you currently (or have you in the last 12 months) taking any prescribed medications?