Researchers at Technological University Dublin are seeking participants for a survey ?about the experiences of those affected by asthma in Ireland.

The survey, entitled “The Economic Burden of Climate-Related Asthma in Ireland”, is open to anyone affected by asthma. It aims to hear of people’s experiences of living with the condition, including the challenges they face and the effectiveness of the current treatment options available. The results of the survey will be used to raise awareness about asthma, which affects approximately one in ten people in Ireland. The survey will also help to assess the economic costs of asthma on patients as well as the state.

The results of the survey will be included as part of a wider study being conducted within the "Climate Change and the Republic of Ireland: Societal Implications and Solutions" project under the supervision of Dr Anushree Priyadarshini and Paul Hynds of Technological University Dublin. The ?questionnaire is voluntary and anonymous but it is closing on Feb 11, 2023 so act fast to participate.

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