There have been proven differences between the gut bacteria found in healthy people and people who have joint conditions such as psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. These differences may also apply to other similar conditions (collectively known as spondyloarthritis) which include axial spondyloarthritis and inflammatory bowel disease related arthritis. Our research intends to find out whether we can normalise the gut bacteria in patients with these diseases through dietary changes. Our hope is that this might improve disease activity, pain and inflammation. This survey aims to see whether patients with these conditions would be interested in this research.

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* 2. What is your gender?

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* 3. Which condition do you have?

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* 4. Would you consider making changes to your diet to improve your condition?

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* 5. Which, if any, dietary changes have you already tried to improve your condition? Please select all that apply

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* 6. Do you think further research into how imbalances of gut bacteria affect your condition is important?

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* 7. Would you be interested in research that aims to find whether changes in diet could normalise these imbalances in gut bacteria?

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* 8. This research relies on stool samples from volunteers, as stool currently gives us the best information about what is happening in the gut. Would you be willing to participate in this research?

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* 9. Would you be interested in research into the impact of other lifestyle factors (such as exercise) on your condition?

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* 10. Are there any specific questions regarding dietary changes that you would want future research to answer?

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