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SCI and Bladder Management

SCI and Bladder Management

 

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY?
The purpose of this study is to determine the thoughts that people living with a spinal cord injury (SCI) have regarding their social and emotional priorities for their bladder management. We will use an online website to determine which factors are most important to you and determine how these factors vary in importance among different groups of people living with spinal cord injury. We will use this information to better understand how people with a spinal cord injury decide on bladder management and to identify any barriers related to the different methods of management that should be addressed by healthcare team members. We hope to eventually use this information to create an online support tool which will be able to provide people with a spinal cord injury with individualized recommendations and information.

WHAT IS INVOLVED IF I PARTICIPATE?
15-20 minute in-person or phone interview to determine eligibility, get your agreement to participate, and to collect some background information for the research study.
45-60 minutes to complete an online questionnaire at your convenience.
INCLUSION CRITERIA
18 years or older
A spinal cord injury (traumatic or non-traumatic)

EXCLUSION CRITERIA
Multiple sclerosis
Spina bifida

 

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING OR WANT TO LEARN MORE, PLEASE TELL US A LITTLE MORE ABOUT YOURSELF.
We will be asking 600 people within the United States and Canada to participate in this research. At the completing of your enrollment and questionnaires, we will offer a $50 honorarium as a thank you for your participation.

Take survey: https://www.nbrg.org/research/selecting-a-bladder-management-method/participate.php#myform