CLUE | Contact Lens User Experience
Why we are doing this study:
This is a survey study for children age 6 to less than 14 years who have worn soft contact lenses for at least 1 month. We are trying to find out what children this age think about contact lens wear.
Who can be in the study:
Children age 6 to <14 years who have worn soft contact lenses for at least 1 month and who have no major health or eye problems.
Specific screening questions will be asked before scheduling a study appointment.
What the study involves:
There is only one visit. During your visit, you will:
- Have your vision with your contact lenses checked
Complete a survey that will take about 10 minutes
Will you directly benefit from the study?
Being in this study won't directly benefit participants. You will receive $100 for your time for the study.
Other things you should know about the study:
- Parental permission is required for minors (under age 18) to participate in this study, so a parent will need to be present during the visit.
- The child will need to wear his/her contact lenses and bring the contact lens boxes or current contact lens prescription to the visit.
Principle Investigator: Kathryn Richdale
For more information, contact the Clinical Vision Research Center