Share your views on the Isle of Wight Contact Tracing App with University Researchers (updated)

Whether you downloaded it or not, University Researchers are keen to hear your experiences and thoughts about the Isle of Wight Contact Tracing App. Details within

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University researchers at Oxford University and King’s College London are seeking Isle of Wight residents about the NHSX Contact Tracing App.

They are not involved in the App’s development, but want to learn about people’s views on it, e.g whether you downloaded it or not, and your experiences and thoughts about the App.

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All discussions are anonymous and would be conducted via phone or Skype etc.

Update: Call closed
Thanks to all the Isle of Wight residents who got in touch to take part in the research. Dr Samuel now has more than enough respondents to engage with.

It was great that News OnTheWight and the Isle of Wight community helped deliver such a strong response to this call.

Our thanks to Kings College London for sponsoring for this feature. They and other businesses and organisations taking paid promotion enables you to continue reading OnTheWight for free.

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Thursday, 18th June, 2020 6:51pm



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