Research Study of Patient Experiences with Cavernous Malformation/Cavernous Angioma
A research team at University of Regina, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, led by psychologist Bridget Klest, PhD, is recruiting adults with a confirmed diagnosis of cavernous malformation for a study looking at patient experiences. Research participants in the study will be asked to complete a survey online, which will take about one hour. They will be asked to answer questions about many different aspects of their lives, including questions that are personal in nature (physical and mental health, experiences with the medical system and medical providers, ability/disability in a variety of domains, history of stressful/traumatic experiences, and aspects of the social environment like social support and work). $5 Canadian dollars (approximately equal to $5 US dollars) will be donated to Angioma Alliance for each eligible person who participates in the study. This project has been approved on ethical grounds by the University of Regina Research Ethics Board.
To participate in the study, click on this link: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/schtlab/patient-experiences-with-cavernous-malformation/?collector=21230