Who can I contact about this online workshop?
This online workshop is managed by Marilyn Bradbury. You can contact Marilyn with questions about next steps and how the data will be used by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who can I contact if I am having difficulty?
The platform is provided by our partners, Clever Together. If you’re having difficulty using the platform, or experience any problems, please email them directly at email@example.com and they'll be delighted to help..
Is this really anonymous?
We are encouraging everyone who is Tweeting about this work to use the hashtag #DoMoreYour contributions are shared anonymously. Your name will not be shown next to any of your ideas, comments or votes so that you can tell us what you really think without worrying that people will know it is you. It also means your ideas will be treated on their merit rather than anything else.
Although your ideas are shared anonymously the workshop hosts will be able to identify you. This is for two reasons:
- If your idea is supported by lots of people, you may be contacted via email and invited to support its development or implementation. This email will be generated via the system, no-one will know who the system is emailing in this regard unless you choose to come forward.
- If, however, you submit abusive or offensive content, we can identify you. We will only do this following two formal warnings and this will not be used for uncomfortable or controversial posts or comments.
Your anonymity is assured by Clever Together, the external agency who is supporting us with this engagement. The researchers will not be able to identify you.
Academics What will happen with this information? What are you doing as a result?
Your contributions to this conversation will help us to understand more about how young people who use wheelchairs move in their daily routines.
We will use your ideas and suggestions to make a list of what helps young people to move more, and what stops them from moving more. In our second workshop, we’ll ask you to help us decide which of the things on these lists are most important, and which ones you think we could change with our new intervention. Your expertise is essential to this debate and we look forward to learning from your contributions.