If your question is not answered in the information below, you may also check the study website or contact the Drug Safety Research Unit (DSRU) at email@example.com
I can no longer participate in this study, but I did get a symptom/side effect after my vaccination. What should I do?
Yes. We will follow ethical and legal practice, and all information which is collected about you during the study will be kept strictly confidential. Your data will be entered electronically using a secure website. Only authorised members of DSRU staff will have access to any personal information that you provide. We will only share anonymised data with University Medical Centre Utrecht and our other European partners. Nobody will know that you have taken part in the study. Further information regarding data privacy and data protection rights can be found in the Privacy Notice available at: https://researchonline2-cvm.mendixcloud.com
The study team do not have access to your password. To reset your password, please use the ‘Forgotten password?’ option.
After registration you will receive a total of 6 questionnaires to complete spread over a period of approx. 3 months. The first questionnaire is ready for you to complete immediately after registration. Seven days after you receive the vaccination, you will receive the second questionnaire.
To complete questionnaires online, please log into your account at https://researchonline2-cvm.mendixcloud.com and navigate to your questionnaires. This takes an average of 10 minutes per questionnaire.
You are free to withdraw from the study at any time, without giving a reason, and this will not affect the standard of care you normally receive. We just ask that you please let us know that you no longer want to participate by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will destroy your personal data that we have collected and will not contact you again. We may use any non-personal data collected so far.
Please contact your GP or pharmacist if you have any medical questions relating to side effects after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Further information can also be found on the NHS or Public Health England websites: www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus- vaccine/
Any suspected side effects to COVID-19 vaccines can also be reported directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) on the Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting site below. This is a government system which is used to monitor the safe and effective use of COVID-19 vaccines and treatments available in the UK.
Yes, you can request further information about this study by contacting the DSRU at email@example.com