Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Internet–Based Study for People with Spinal Cord Injury Who Use Intermittent Urinary Catheterization
Researchers at the University of Rochester School of Nursing are conducting a study looking at the feasibility of an Internet-based intervention to improve self-management and outcomes related to intermittent catheterization in people with spinal cord injury.
Participation in this research does not require travel as it is entirely Internet and telephone-based. The study involves three phone calls with a study nurse, two online surveys, and an online discussion forum.
1. Adults age 18 and over
2. Spinal cord injury (any level)
3. Currently using an intermittent urinary catheter
4. Expect to use intermittent catheterization for at least 9 months
You also need phone and computer/Internet access during the three month study period. We will enroll 30 participants who will receive a total of $50 for study completion.
Please click on the link to go to the study website for more information about the study and how to contact the study manager: http://son.rochester.edu/InternetCICSelf-Management/index.html
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