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posted on 2024-05-21, 16:20 authored by Christian ReynoldsChristian Reynolds

 PARTICIPANT INFORMATION v3 17May2024 Ethics ETH2324-1880 

A sociologically informed survey of food practices and consumption for the UK 

 Name of principal investigator: Dr Christian Reynolds christian.reynolds@city.ac.uk  

What is the purpose of the study? 

Food is an important part of everyday life, but we cannot easily measure what, how, and when people eat, nor who each meal is eaten with. We are trying to understand everyday people's practices and behaviours relating to food, including eating out, home cooking, preparing, and storing food. The findings will be used to inform policy decision-making by identifying areas where action or further research is required. This survey will take you to a website (Intake24) that allows you to record the food you ate over the last 24 hours.  We will then bring you back to this survey (Qualtrics) which asks you a series of questions about yourself, your attitudes, and behaviours about a range of food related topics.  The findings will be used to inform policy decision-making by identifying areas where action or further research is required. 

 Please answer this questionnaire if you are over the age of 18 and live in the UK. 

 

Please take time to read the following information carefully. Ask us if there is anything that is not clear or if you would like more information.  

 

You can download study documents as .pdf files to keep from these web addresses:  

Consent form https://doi.org/10.25383/city.25549624  

Information sheet https://doi.org/10.25383/city.25549621 

 

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Healthy soil, Healthy food, Healthy people (H3)

UK Research and Innovation

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