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James Paul Beningfield (2014M) - Medical Research Survey

8 Feb 2019
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I am currently underway with a non-degree related online survey based research project with a number of undergraduate students at the University of Pretoria. The researchers and I are all Medical Students at the University of Pretoria and we are investigating the Public Perceptions to Benefits and Barriers to a fully Plant Based diet in South Africa. We underwent ethics committee approval for the project and we ensure to maintain participant anonymity for the sake of privacy and confidentiality, although our surveys do not ask for any identifying facts such as names. The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and is available at https://pretoria.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5hziv4Vyw3qOOdn 
 

The researchers and I are willing to answer any questions related to the research or any questions from ODs either wishing to become more involved or who would like clarity regarding the project.

 

Kind regards

James Paul Beningfield

MBChB V University of Pretoria

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