Stanford University seeking SCI Study volunteers

Share your own perspective and volunteer to be part of a study designed to investigate “Access to care and quality of life of persons with spinal cord injury in the United States and India”. Your participation will contribute to education and the knowledge of global patient perspective on spinal cord injury.

Participants must be 18 years of age or older, have a traumatic spinal cord injury and be willing to share experiences about accessing services (i.e. rehabilitation, occupational/vocational therapy) & past and present daily life activity.

Involvement/duration: 20-minute questionnaire, 30 to 45-minute interview – if selected, questionnaires will be sent electronically and interviews will be held on the phone to accommodate your schedule.

All information gathered during the research will be kept anonymous and personal identifiers may be modified in order to ensure your privacy. To volunteer or for more study information, please contact: Jill Huckels at (303) 507-9128, jhuckels@stanford.edu. For general information about participants’ rights, contact 1-866-680-2906

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