Determining the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the physical and mental health of people with endometriosis

Scientists at the University of Oxford, together with Endometriosis UK, are investigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on those with endometriosis.

The information you provide will greatly help our understanding of this impact and allow us to consider how we can best support those with endometriosis in both the short and longer term.

It may also help us understand what services should be prioritised whilst the pandemic continues and into the recovery phases and consider whether additional interventions/resources might be beneficial during this time.

The study has ethical approval from the Medical Sciences Interdivisional Research Ethics Committee, University of Oxford (R69636/RE001).

How do I participate?

We would be very grateful if you could take some time to complete this survey for us; we envisage it will take about 20 minutes.

→ BEGIN THE SURVEY (Portughese)

There are no right or wrong answers – we are interested in your own individual experience. The survey is completely anonymous, and we don’t collect any information that can be connected back to you.

Once we have finished the study, we will post a summary of the results on websites accessible to the public.

Thank you in advance!

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