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Study to understand the long-term impact of genital injuries on male UK military veterans

The Centre for Appearance Research, University of the West of England are conducting a study in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University to understand the long-term impact of genital injuries on male UK military veterans, and identify any potential unmet support needs. By learning what might be difficult, we hope to inform the development of support services for individuals who have sustained such injuries during military service.

We are conducting an anonymous and confidential questionnaire, which can be completed online via this study link: http://bit.ly/GI-SURVEY.

Individuals who take part will be offered a £10 shopping voucher as a thank you for their time.

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