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The following research projects are currently looking for participants.
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This study aims to understand the impact of a text messaging program designed to support individuals with endometriosis. Places are limited to click through to participate today!
Researchers are interested in identifying transdiagnostic psychological factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of depression, anxiety and eating symptomatology in medically-ill populations, with a focus on endometriosis. This research represents an important opportunity to increase clinical understanding of these psychological symptoms in endometriosis and provide targets for psychological interventions aimed at reducing symptoms.
Monash uni are wanting to see if there are dietary strategies to help relieve gut symptoms associated with endometriosis. Participants are asked to eat 2 different diets for a month each with a break of a month in between. food will be provided. You will be asked to complete a daily food and symptom diary, and at the end of each month complete a questionnaire and provide a couple of swab samples of faecal and vaginal microbiota. Participate: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Researchers at Sydney University would like to understand experiences of people living endometriosis, including factors contributing to pain. This study involves an initial 10-minute online survey, and possibly a 45-minute interview. Learn more by following the link!
This project is looking at how periods, period and pelvic pain, and/or endometriosis, affects young people’s lives. Participation requirements: Young people aged 12-18 years old If your periods started at least 3 months ago You live in Australia
Western Sydney Uni & UNSW, led by Dr Mike Armour are currently running a clinical trial on the effectiveness of a modification of a traditional Chinese medicine formula (Gynoclear) on the symptoms of endometriosis. This trial is open to women in Australia. It will involve having two blood tests, one at the start and one at the end of the trial, filling in online pain and symptom diary, and taking six capsules per day for three months. Learn more & participate by following the link:
Researchers at Deakin University and The Cairnmillar Institute would like to understand how individuals with endometriosis feel about using Facebook for information and social support about the condition. We will also ask you about how often you use the Internet and how confident you feel about your ability to manage your health. Learn more by following the link!
Researchers at Deakin University and The Cairnmillar Institute would like to understand how things like body image, sexual functioning, and quality of life might differ for people with endometriosis compared to people without. We are also interested in learning how participating in research such as ours makes you feel. Learn more by following the link!
Researchers at Deakin Uni, Macquarie Uni, and The Cairnmillar Institute would like to understand your experiences of the Australian healthcare system regarding #endometriosis and how well you can find and use endometriosis information online. We hope to better understand the quality of care and information given and how this might impact your faith in the healthcare system and quality of life. Learn more by following the link!
Researchers at Deakin University are seeking to recruit adults over the age of 18 years who have a clinical diagnosis of endometriosis and experiencing pain for at least 6 months. Eligible participants will be randomised to an 8-week program of yoga, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) or educational care. Researchers will use data collected via online questionnaires at Baseline, 8 weeks, 6 months and 12 months. To participate, please contact: email@example.com
Researchers at Deakin Uni, Macquarie Uni, and The Cairnmillar Institute would like to invite you to test an online writing activity aimed at improving your relationship with your body. We are also keen to know how easy, enjoyable, and realistic the program is to complete. This study involves an initial 30-min online survey, and then a brief follow-up survey at one-week, one-month, and three-months. Learn more by following the link!
Researchers from Western Sydney Uni and UNSW are interested in finding out more about the potential use of medicinal cannabis to manage endometriosis pain and related symptoms, and are running focus groups to explore participant concerns or barriers pertaining to its use, which ultimately will inform the design of a clinical trial. Click the link below to learn more. Please register your interest by emailing Justin Sinclair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Worldwide Diaphragmatic Endometriosis Patient Survey: Rachel Piccus, Medical Student at the University of Birmingham, UK and Robert Sutcliffe, Liver and Pancreatic Surgeon at University Hospital Birmingham, UK are conducting a survey on diaphragmatic endometriosis.
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