Research Study for Heterosexual Couples who have completed Prostate Cancer Patients Treatment


14266

CARESS- Couples' Arousal Relationship Satisfaction Survey

Urology

Krupski Tracey,

The Department of Urology seeks couples who have completed Prostate Cancer Treatment for a research study. The study is a focus group about how the physical and emotional changes experienced by patients who have prostate cancer may also affect his partner. You and your significant other may be eligible for this study if you meet the following criteria: • You have undergone primary treatment for prostate cancer • You have a heterosexual partner (currently cohabitating, have been in the relationship for at least 2 years, and consider yourselves to be in a committed, intimate relationship) who is able and willing to participate. • English is your first language. Compensation for study completion is $50 per couple and light snacks, plus parking validation. For more information please contact: • Pat Battle, LPN, CRC • 434-924-5649 or pya@virginia.edu • IRB-HSR # 14266 Principal Investigator: Dr. Tracey Krupski


Adult

Prostate Cancer
Sexual Dysfunction
Impotence

Men's Health
Urology
Cancer (Oncology)

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Compensation for study completion is $50 per couple and light snacks, plus parking validation.

Patricia Battle

pya@virginia.edu

4349245649