Teleconference - Help us design our research on shoulder problems after breast cancer
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Imperial Health Care NHS Trust needs your help to try and understand more about breast cancer patients who have shoulder and arm pain and related problems, and how they can improve treatment and support. They would like you to take part in a teleconference to explore patients’ experiences of arm and shoulder problems and how they can receive the most appropriate treatment at the right time. Imperial Health Care NHS Trust wants to understand how and when things go wrong and develop a screening tool to improve referrals to physiotherapy and other services.
Imperial Health Care NHS Trust are looking for women who have had breast cancer and experienced arm or shoulder problems at any time during or after treatment, to take part in a teleconference meeting on 23rd April 2020. They want to explore women’s experiences of arm and shoulder problems, tell you about their study plans and hear your views. This will really help them to carry out the most useful and informative research on this important topic.
Closing date: Closed early
Location: Online, Anywhere
Payment and Expenses: N/a
Time commitment: Initial one-off teleconference to discuss the design and information for the patients for a maximum of an hour and a half.
Specific criteria: Anyone who has had experience of arm or shoulder problems related to breast cancer or its treatment, at any time in the last five years.