[ORDiabCoalition] Research Study Opportunity
phillide at ohsu.edu
Wed Dec 3 15:49:16 PST 2008
REFLECTION, INSIGHT, and SELF-EMPOWERMENT
Women with physical disabilities who experience depression may be eligible to participate in an Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) study. The purpose of the study is to test a peer-implemented 12 week group therapy program. Participants will be randomly assigned to an initial intervention group and a wait-list control group, however, all enrollees will eventually receive therapy. Depending on group assignment participation will last between 6 and 12 months. There is a possibility that dealing with depression will cause emotional distress. Participants will receive monetary compensation. Study sites include Eugene and Portland, Oregon. For more information in Eugene call Roxie Mayfield at (541) 688-8388 or email rdmayfield at yahoo.com. For more information in Portland call Elizabeth McNeff at (503) 475 4307 or email mcneffea at comcast.net. You may also contact the OHSU Principal Investigator Dr. Hassouneh at (503) 494 2714 or email phillide at ohsu.edu to inquire about the study (OHSU IRB#3768).
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