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Survey of Mindfulness Practices Used in Fibro 1/12/13 OHSU Study

Discussion in 'Active Clinical Studies' started by *GG*, Jan 16, 2013.

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    *GG* senior member

    Concord, NH
    urvey of Mindfulness Practices Used in Fibromyalgia 1/12/13 Mindfulness Survey

    You are being invited to participate in a research study regarding fibromyalgia from researchers at Oregon Health & Science University. The purpose of this study is to determine the use of mindfulness practices (how you think and react to your thoughts) among those with fibromyalgia.
    This is an online-based survey and will take about 10 minutes to complete. If you have any questions regarding this study now or in the future, please contact Marie Casselberry at casselbe@ohsu.edu.
    Although we have made every effort to protect your identity, there is a minimal risk of loss of confidentiality. In this study we are not receiving any identifiable information about you so there is little chance of any breach of confidentiality.
    You will not personally benefit from being in this study. However, by serving as a subject, you may help us learn how to benefit patients in the future. You do not have to join this or any research study. If you do join, and later change your mind, you may quit at any time. If you refuse to join or withdraw early from the survey, there will be no penalty or loss of any benefits to which you are otherwise entitled.
    If you have any questions regarding your rights as a research subject, you may contact the OHSU Research Integrity Office at (503) 494-7887.
    By clicking onto the link below, which will lead you to the research survey and more study information, you are acknowledging that you have read and are in agreement with this disclaimer.
    Thank you,
    Principal Investigator:
    Kim Jones, RNC, PhD, FNP
    Marie Casselberry RN, MSN, FNP-C.
    Scot Mist PhD, MAcOM, MS, MA.


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