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Two Surveys For Patients with Interstitial Cystitis

Posted Mar 31 2011 3:09pm

Queen's University(Posted – March 2011) The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University is looking for female volunteers over 18 years of age and fluent in English to complete a secure online survey examining women’s experiences with gynecological examinations. We are looking for women with gynecological conditions, such as interstitial cystitis, vulvodynia or endometriosis, to complete the survey.

Your participation would entail completing an online survey, which includes questions about your medical and sexual history, experiences with gynecological examinations, as well as various questionnaires, including measures of psychological and sexual function, body image and doctor-patient interactions. The survey will take 45 to 60 minutes to complete and all information is kept strictly confidential. To thank you for your participation, you will have the option of providing your email address after finishing the survey to be considered for a draw for 50$. Four draws of 50$ each will take place at the end of each month.

If you are interested in participating and would like more information, please contact the Sexual Health Research Laboratory by phone (613) 533-3276, or email, SHRL@queensu.ca. Alternatively, you can visit the following website to directly access the survey:  https://surveys.psyc.queensu.ca/Checkbox/scbwh.aspx . All calls and email contacts are treated with the strictest confidentiality.

This study accepts patients from Canada, the USA and overseas. Must speak english!

Queen's University(Posted – March 2011) We are currently recruiting women for an online research study being conducted in the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University examining characteristics of women who experience pain in the vulvar/genital region and/or the abdominal region.

We are looking for any women who have experienced this kind of pain for at least six months to participate. We are also looking for women who have previously experienced shingles and still feel pain after the rash has healed. Finally, we are looking for women who are not experiencing a chronic pain condition.

The survey takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete, and all information is completely anonymous. As a thank you, we will be doing four draws each month for $50 prizes.

Please consider participating in this study and please pass on to other women who may be interested. Participants must be fluent in English and over the age of 18.

If interested, please contact the Sexual Health Research Laboratory by phone (613) 533-3276, or email, SHRL@queensu.ca. Alternately, feel free to visit the following website to access the survey directly: https://surveys.psyc.queensu.ca/Checkbox/neuropain.aspx

All calls and email contact are treated with the strictest confidentiality.

This study accepts patients from Canada, the USA and overseas. Must speak english!

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