Centre for Public Health

Liverpool John Moores University

Public Health Institute - Liverpool John Moores University

World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Violence Prevention

Part of the Liverpool John Moores University

Survey


We are undertaking a new research study examining how best to communicate potential harms around use of ecstasy/MDMA. The study comprises an online questionnaire.

If you live in the UK are aged 18-34 and have used ecstasy/MDMA in the previous 12 months then you can take part. You are asked not to take part if you have used drugs in the last 48 hours or drank alcohol in the last 24 hours.

You can’t take part if you’re currently receiving treatment or support for substance use, or if you currently have a mental health diagnosis.

If you would like to take part then please click below, which will take you to the survey. You will also be provided with full study information and asked to give consent before taking part.

Gabrielle Edgerton: G.M.Edgerton@2016.ljmu.ac.uk
Professor Harry Sumnall: H.Sumnall@ljmu.ac.uk