LaGrippe Research, a qualitative marketing research firm, is looking for individuals in the U.S. who have been diagnosed with vitiligo and their family members for a new online study taking place throughout February 2021. Here’s what you need to know.
Who is eligible to participate?
LaGrippe Research is seeking 30 adults who have vitiligo and two emotional support givers and/or family members of those with vitiligo. All participants must be 18 years of age or older and residents of the U.S.
How does the project work?
Participants will take engage in a 3-day study via an online community starting Tuesday, February 16. Each day, participants will be required to spend 30 minutes online answering questions about their experiences with vitiligo. The 30-minute requirement can be completed at a time convenient to the participant. Those who qualify and participate will be compensated $250 for their time.
Following the 3-day study, a select number of individuals who completed the online community will be selected to participate in a 60-minute follow up call. Those who are selected and participate will be compensated $150 for their time.
How will the research be used?
LaGrippe Research partners with clients to provide insights that will help further individual business goals. The purpose of this study is to provide insights into the experiences of those with living with vitiligo in order help enhance the lives of those with the condition. All information provided will remain confidential and all participants will remain anonymous during the entirety of the project.
How can I participate?
If you are interested in participating, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WH2WY5F and fill out the preliminary questions. Additional questions can be submitted to Alex by phone at 224-360-7929 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about LaGrippe Research at https://lagripperesearch.com/index.html.
Erika Page is the Founder and Editor of Living Dappled. After getting vitiligo at the age of seven, she lost 100% of her pigment to the condition and today lives with universal vitiligo.