Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Osteoarthrtis
University of Michigan Cannabinoids Study
We are excited to share a new research opportunity with you! Researchers from the University of Michigan are conducting a study on the efficacy of different cannabinoids in treating Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Osteoarthritis and YOU have the opportunity to participate! If you complete the study you may receive up to $500 in Amazon gift cards. Learn more at releaf.at/umpain
Vestibulodynia Pain Study
Recruiting participants in the Vestibulodynia (VBD) UPDATe Study
In order to identify the most effective treatments for women with chronic vaginal pain, researchers at Duke University, The University of California, Los Angeles, and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are performing a randomized placebo-controlled blinded clinical trial. This trial hopes to better understand how women experience vestibulodynia pain in order to determine what treatments work best for different women. English-literate women between the ages of 18-50 years are eligible for immediate enrollment if they have VBD and meet certain study criteria. To learn more about the study, meet our research team, and enroll, please visit our UPDATe Study website.
Chronic Pain & Low Back Pain Studies
Participants stay in this online-only study for 1 year and are asked to complete 3 online surveys (Baseline, 6 months, and 12 months). We will ask you questions about your pain, medications, how you are feeling and doing, and how well your medications are working for you. Participants will NOT be required to attend any office visits or make any medication changes. Participants may receive up to $150 for completing 3 surveys and 3 brief phone calls to confirm their medications.
The study is conducted by researchers at Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA).
For more information: Please contact VALUE study coordinator Hannah Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-833-668-0277. Learn more: http://med.stanford.edu/pain/snapl/current-studies/value.html
Injustice and the Experience of Chronic Pain
You are being invited to take part in a study based on your experience of living with pain and the potential role of feelings of injustice in your experience of pain. Previous research has shown injustice to be part of the pain experience for some. Injustice appears to come from both internal and external sources, and that pain awareness in the public could improve external sources of injustice. This current study aims to see if feelings of injustice connect to pain and different psychological constructs and traits.
Learn more at: https://centreforpainresearch.com/limesurvey/index.php/335511?lang=en
Maternal Chronic Pain Study
This study might be a good fit for you if:
- You are a mother who has had chronic pain for 6 months or longer
- You have a child between the ages of 8 and 12 years old
Participants will complete online questionnaires and electronic diaries. Compensation is provided.
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