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Volunteers Needed for Short Study on Relationships in BCS
Thu May 19, 2011 6:59pm
96.231.154.124

Hi Ladies (and any gentlemen out there),

I'm conducting a study to provide us with more information about differences in relationship functioning following a breast cancer diagnosis. Below is the flyer for the study. This is a university sponsored, institutional review board reviewed study. Any information you choose to give us will be kept confidential and won't be used for anything other than scientific research. Below is the flyer for the study, and thanks for your consideration!

Are You a Working Woman in a Committed Relationship?
Please join us in a study to learn more about romantic relationships and their impact on quality of life, in women who have or have not had breast cancer

In order to participate, you must be:

1) A female breast cancer survivor 18 to year years old, who is between 18 months and five years after initial diagnosis, and who is currently cancer-free
OR A female between 18 and 70 years of age, who has never had cancer

2) In a committed, monogamous relationship of 2 or more continuous years

3) Be currently working (25+ hours per week, in a formal work environment, i.e., not as a freelancer or stay at home parent)

4) In the past seven years, both you and your partner must be without a history of life-threatening or chronic disabling condition. For more information and specifics, please visit us at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/romanceandwork

We will ask you to complete a short online questionnaire that will require approximately 30 minutes of your time. The study is 100% online, completely private, and can be completed from any computer with an internet connection.

To see if you are eligible for our study, please go to:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/romanceandwork

For more information, you may contact Lynn Breckenridge at (301) 295-9660 or via email at: bcsdyadstudy@gmail.com

This research project is being run by the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD

    • lynn.breckenridge@usuhs.milLynn Breckenridge, Tue Oct 25 11:13pm
      Thank you to all who participated!! The study is still open if you'd like to participate- every survey helps. Please feel free to check us out at http://www.usuhs.mil/mps/mpsstudy/ Thank you and God... more
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