Are you interested in taking part in a research study on health and quality of life?

Our Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality theme at the School of Health Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield, are developing a new quality of life questionnaire to measure how well health and social care interventions work.

We are currently looking to recruit people to interview online as part of this research study. The interview is about how good and bad people think living in different levels of health and quality of life would be.

If you are interested, you will need to be aged 18+

What does it involve?

  • You will be asked to imagine being in different levels of health and quality of life which you compare so we understand how you feel about them.

  • The interview will be conducted online via video call (Zoom).

  • It will take up to 75 minutes.

  • It will take place a mutually agreed date and time.

  • To take part you will need access to a computer, laptop or tablet with a large screen (not a mobile phone) and internet connection.

As a thank you for your time you will be compensated for taking part. You will be sent a £40 Love 2 Shop electronic voucher which is valid for use across several shops. This will be emailed to you.

You can find more information about the study here: or by emailing: