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    A UK rail employee survey to explore the relationship between self-reported fatigue levels and characteristics of influential risk factors of workload, sleep quality and daily life events.

    Dear Prospective Participant,

    You are invited to take part in a short online questionnaire survey, which forms part of a Masters of Science in Ergonomics research project with the University of Derby Online Learning (UDOL), United Kingdom. The closing date for receipt of completed online surveys will be the 30th April 2018.

    The aim of this research project is to explore the relationship between self-reported levels of fatigue and its characteristics (such as physical, mental, general and motivation) with three influential risk factors. These are workload, quality of sleep and daily life events, such as marriage and starting a new job.

    Your response will remain completely confidential throughout the study. The survey is user friendly and easy to navigate through. It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete and submit it.
    Please note that for ethical reasons as part of a Masters level research project, you must be aged 18 or over.
    Thank you for your kind participation.

    To begin the survey, simply copy and paste the direct link below into your web browser:

    https://derby.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6SeGHbagKuHOuON

    Lorna Brock
    Miss Lorna Brock, MSc student at University of Derby Online (UDOL)
    Email: l.brock2@unimail.derby.ac.uk

    Supervisor:
    Andrew Baird
    Psychology
    University of Derby
    Kedleston Road
    Derby
    DE22 1GB
    Email: a.baird@derby.ac.uk
    Office Tel: 00 44 (0)1332 593042

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