If you change your mind about taking part in Children of the 90s

"Can I change my mind about taking part in Children of the 90s?"

Yes of course - taking part in Children of the 90s is completely voluntary. However, you don’t have to drop out of the study completely.

You can:

Below are some options for you to think about. We will try and do all we can to find the right choice for you. It’s your decision.

Option 1: Is one bit of Children of the 90s a problem for you?

If you like doing some things but not others (for example, perhaps you like filling in questionnaires but do not want to come to a focus research visit) all you have to do is:

We will stop asking you to take part in the bit you don’t like, but will carry on collecting other information about you.

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Option 2: Do you need a break?

If you feel you’d like to opt out for a while then just:

We won’t send you anything to do, but will carry on collecting information about you from your official records through data linkage.

We’ll get back in touch after the agreed break and see if you are happy to take part again.

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Other options

Would you rather not receive questionnaires or focus research visit invites at all?

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Do you not want us to contact you any more?

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You want to leave the study and stop us using your data?

IMPORTANT: This option will limit Children of the 90s ability to do our research.

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