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ACTIVE PROJECTS
Face-to-face interview

Heart Implant Devices

Field Scope International is inviting cardiac patients take part in our project. The purpose of this study is to understand the experience of patients living with cardiac conditions and their opinion on Heart Implant Devices. To take part in this 60-minute-long face to face interview, please answer the following questions by clicking on the button below.

Referral fee: Please kindly note that you will receive £30 referral fee only if the person you referred completes the interview successfully. Please share the link of the website with that person and contact our Project Coordinator for more information on ivana.m@fieldscopeint.com

  • Location: London
  • Date: 11th and 12th of July
  • Time: Multiple timeslots available
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Incentive: £60
  • Availability: 8 slots available
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Online interview over zoom

Head and Neck Cancer, Upper GI Cancer, Lower GI Cancer, and Small Cell Lung Cancer

Field Scope International is inviting oncology patients diagnosed with Head and Neck, Upper GI, Lower GI, and Small Cell Lung Cancer to take part in our project. The purpose of this study is to understand the experience of patients living with these conditions and their opinion on the treatments. To take part in this 60-minute-long web-assisted telephone interview, please answer the following questions by clicking NEXT.

  • Location: Nationwide, UK
  • Date: From 20th of June to 8th of July
  • Time: Multiple timeslots available
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Incentive: £60
  • Availability: 8 slots available
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Web-assisted telephone interview

Atopic Dermatitis

We are inviting patients who have been diagnosed with Atopic Dermatitis to participate in our latest project. The purpose of this study is to understand the experience of patients living with Atopic Dermatitis and their opinion on the treatments. To take part in this 45-minute-long web-assisted telephone interview, please click on the button below.

  • Location: UK ,Nationwide
  • Date: 9th of May to 20th of May
  • Time: Multiple time slots available
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Incentive: £40
  • Availability: 4 slots available
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Web-assisted Telephone Interview

Living with Parkinson’s

Field Scope International is looking for people with Parkinson’s disease and their relatives to participate in a research study. Your participation includes a joint digital interview with a researcher for 60 minutes. A close relative can be a spouse, family member or friend who is involved in their treatment. You can also participate alone, in case your caregiver does not want to be included.

During this interview, you will be asked questions about managing Parkinson’s disease, how to prepare for meetings with healthcare professionals, any tools or techniques that you use to monitor your symptoms.

We will then present a digital tool and ask questions about the content and what you like / dislike about the tool. The interview will be recorded with audio and video, so that the researcher can subsequently process the information.


  • Location: Sweden
  • Date: To be confirmed over the phone
  • Time: To be confirmed over the phone
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Incentive: 2500 SEK per couple (patient and the caregiver)
  • Availability: 10 slots available

Language: Swedish (speaking and reading)

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web-assisted telephone interview

Parkinson’s Disease

We are inviting advanced Parkinson’s Disease patients and their caregivers to take part in our latest market research study and help us better understand their daily experience with the purpose of improving treatment of Parkinson’s disease. To take part in this 60-minute-long web-assisted telephone interview, please click on the button below.

    • Location: Nationwide, UK
    • Date: From 15th November to 21st of January
    • Time: To be confirmed over the phone
    • Duration: 60 minutes
    • Incentive: £80
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