Ongoing Research Study Looking for Women
An ongoing alopecia areata study is looking for females who have been diagnosed in the last two to three years. Focused on the pyschological impacts of alopecia, as well as the dynamic between doctor and patient, the study will help to inform health care professionals about ways of supporting persons that live with the disease.
The study is being performed by recognized independent researcher Paulina Bondaronek, based out of London, England. People interested in the survey can partake worldwide, over the internet with a Skype account. The interviews last about 30 minutes and respondents are offered £10 for their time.
Previous studies have shown that persons with alopecia areata are not satisfied with the health care they receive. It is therefore of a great importance that health professionals recognize the psychological needs of persons diagnosed with alopecia to assist in effective adjustment to the condition.
If you are interested in finding our more information, or partaking in the survey, you can do so by e-mailing Paulina Bondaronek.
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