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SLEEP DURING THE PANDEMIC

TAKE PART IN THE INTERNATIONAL COVID-19 SLeep study (ICOSS)

We are looking for volunteers aged 18 years or over, who currently live in the UK, to take part in the International COVID-19 Sleep Study to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected our sleeping habits and quality, and well-being. The study is conducted as an online survey and will take between 20-30 min to complete. To find out more and participate or contact our research team, please visit tiny.cc/covidsleep.

 

INDIVIDUALS WITH DIFFICULTY GETTING TO SLEEP, STAYING ASLEEP, OR WAKING TOO EARLY

 

TROUBLE falling aSLEEP? UNABLE TO SHUT OFF YOUR THOUGHTS?

At the University of Oxford, we are looking for volunteers, who have sleep problems to take part in our brain stimulation study. We want to find out if transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) can be used to change sleep and how people feel during the day. The study is suitable for adults aged 18-65 years who have persistent problems getting to sleep. The research involves two overnight sleep lab assessments, computerised tasks and monitoring your sleep with an actiwatch. Participants will be reimbursed for their time.

For further information about the study and whether or not this might be suitable for you, please click here.

 

WANT TO TAKE PART IN A TREATMENT STUDY TO IMPROVE YOUR SLEEP?

We are looking for volunteers complaining about poor sleep (25-65 years) to take part in a treatment study. You will spend three nights at the sleep lab, get free access to Sleepio™ (an online self-help sleep improvement programme) and will be compensated for time and effort for taking part. 

Find out more about the SCOTIA trial.

 

 

GOOD SLEEPERS

No current studies recruiting. Please check back soon for updates!