The University of Oxford is the data controller with respect to your personal data, and as such will determine how your personal data is used in the study. The University will process your personal data for the purpose of the research outlined above. Research is a task that we perform in the public interest. You may access the Privacy notice for this survey here and further information about your rights with respect to your personal data is available from: https://compliance.admin.ox.ac.uk/individual-rights
We would also like your permission to use your anonymised data in future studies, and to share data with other researchers (e.g. in online databases). Any personal information that could identify you will be removed or changed before files are shared with other researchers or results are made public.
Responsible members of the University of Oxford and funders may be given access to data for monitoring and/or audit of the study to ensure we are complying with guidelines, or as otherwise required by law.
The Principal Researcher is Dr Rebecca Syed Sheriff, who is attached to the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, and is supported by Professor John Geddes, Head of the Department of Psychiatry.
This project has been reviewed by, and received ethics clearance through, the University of Oxford Central University Research Ethics Committee, reference R70187/RE007.
You may find aspects of this study distressing as we’ll be asking questions about your mental health. We will provide you with information for services and helplines in case you feel like you need support with this.