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Consent Form for UK Armed Forces Women Veterans

Title of Project: Longer-Term Working Lives of UK Armed Forces (UKAF) Women Veterans
Name of Researcher(s): Andreana Glendinning (Researcher), Dr. Sally-Anne Barnes (Academic Supervisor) and Dr. Tracey Warren (Academic Supervisor University of Nottingham)

Please read and complete this form carefully. If you are willing to participate in this study, please select Yes below to indicate your responses. If you do not understand anything and would like more information, please contact Andreana: (

1. I confirm that I have read and understand the Participant Information leaflet for the above study. I have had the opportunity to consider the information, ask questions and have had these answered satisfactorily. (required)
2. I understand that my participation is voluntary and that I am free to withdraw up to 1 month after my interview without giving any reason, without my legal rights being affected. (required)
3. I understand that data collected during the study, may be looked at by individuals from The University of Warwick and regulatory authorities, where it is relevant to my taking part in this study. I give permission for these individuals to have access to my data. (required)
4. I consent to having my interview audio recorded. (required)
5. I consent to the use of anonymised verbatim quotations. (required)
6. I agree to take part in the above study. (required)
7. I understand that I can withdraw from the study up to one month from the date of my interview by contacting the researcher by email: (required)

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