QuinteT Recruitment Intervention (QRI) - 'Information Study'

To identify and understand any challenges to recuitment, a QuinteT Recruitment Intervention (QRI) is intergrated into the PRoCuRe Study. This QRI aspect of the study is known as the Information Study, both patients who are deemed eligible for the PRoCuRe study and staff at the recruting centres may be invited to participate in the Information Study.

This part of the PRoCuRe Study (the ‘Information Study’) is being undertaken by researchers from the University of Bristol. 

What is the purpose of the Information Study?

This Information Study is to help us to understand better how the main PRoCuRe study is described to you, and how we could improve the way we discuss the main study with patients in the future in order to improve recruitment to the main study. This should ensure that patients have the right information to make an informed decision about taking part in the main study.

Do I have to take part?

No, it is up to you to decide whether or not to take part in the Information Study. If you decide to take part, you are still free to withdraw at any time and without giving a reason. A decision not to take part or a decision to withdraw will not affect the standard of medical care you receive or your legal rights. You can choose to either:

  • take part in the main PRoCuRe study AND the Information Study


  • take part in the main PRoCuRe study only


  • take part in the Information Study only


  • not take part in the main PRoCuRe study or the Information Study