I am looking for individual wif Crohn's disease or Ulcerative Colitis to take part in a telephone interview to test the language validity of a clinical questionnaire. Source language: US English Target language: Taiwan traditional chinese Salary:35 USD,via paypal,bank transfer. If you know anyone who fulfill the requirements, pls pass this msg to them. -You will be sent a copy of questionnaire (in trad. chinese) -review it and mark anything which is unfamiliar or not comprehensive. -Tell me your opinion about the questionnaire. ( You need not fill in the questionnaire) Pls send me your details if you have interest. - Name,Age,Gender,Educational years,location in taiwan,Contact details( email, telephone or mailing address) - Disease ( Crohn's or UC ) Thx.
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