A Quick Question

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gregmatthew
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A Quick Question

Postby gregmatthew » Tue Nov 20, 2012 23:35 pm

Cheers for response got what i need just now, it is the second most common injury behind lacerations which people are admited to hospital for i believe
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EKE_38BPM
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Re: A Quick Question

Postby EKE_38BPM » Wed Nov 21, 2012 00:18 am

gregmatthew wrote:Im currently a student at the University of Strathclyde in my 4th year and am doing a project looking into shoulder/collar bone injuries in cycling. Currently I am trying to get my questionaire out to the biking comunity, if you have a couple of minutes spare to complete it I would be very grateful.
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Greg
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Done.
There are 2 Ms in community.
Your questionnaire wrote:Have you ever experienced a shoulder/collar bone injury from cycling?


That is a very short questionnaire. It seems like a bit of a tick box exercise.
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Re: A Quick Question

Postby team47b » Wed Nov 21, 2012 07:59 am

Done...and there are two n's in questionnaire

How many collar bone injuries happen per year? Just interested.
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Re: A Quick Question

Postby FoldingJoe » Wed Nov 21, 2012 08:07 am

Done...
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