Call for survey participants: The contraceptive decision-making of people with intellectual disabilities

Hi there,

We are a research team based at the University of Cambridge exploring whether, and if so how, people with intellectual disabilities are supported in making decisions about contraception.

We would like to invite anyone living in England and Wales who has been involved in the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities in some way to partake in our research by completing an anonymous online survey -

We would also be delighted if you are able to share the survey with any relevant persons or organisations that you know. (Please note that ethical review for this study has been provided by Cambridge’s Psychology Research Ethics Committee and not the NHS. We are therefore unable to encourage the dissemination of the survey throughout NHS Trusts and services.)

This is our final call for participants as we plan to close the survey in 1-2 weeks.

To find out more, visit the link above or please see the flyer attached. The flyer also includes a link to the survey making it suitable for forwarding onto contacts. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Many thanks,

Jodie Rawles
PhD Student

Department of Psychiatry
University of Cambridge
Douglas House
18B Trumpington Road
Cambridge CB2 8AH