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Welcome to the E-BAME study survey: 'Exploring the health and well-being in Black, Asian and minority ethnicities and faith groups during and post the COVID-19 pandemic' online survey

The department of Old Age Psychiatry at King’s College London (KCL) are exploring the health and wellbeing in Black, Asian and minority ethnicities and faiths groups during and post the COVID-19 pandemic. 

This study will help us to understand the impact of COVID-19 and specific health needs across Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and faith goups within the UK. The project will also enable us to awnser relevant questions to help shape our health care services and provide beneficial research for all communities. 

Information and Consent

Before starting the online survey you will be provided with the survey information sheet and consent form on the following page. Please ensure you read through the information sheet and complete the form titled E-BAME Study Consent Form carefully. Should you wish to discuss the study with our team please contact us on e-bame@kcl.ac.uk

Eligibility:

- Must be aged 40 and above

- Have access to the internet

The study survey will take between 20 - 30 minutes to complete. Please note that participation within this study will only require the completion of online surveys.  We really appreciate your time and efforts in completing your study survey.