Examining the Life Experiences of African American Women with Cervical Cancer
The purpose of this study is to examine the life experiences of African-American women diagnosed with cervical cancer, and assist with describing the unique life experiences of African American women, in order to identify any contributing factors to the development of cervical cancer.
ELIGIBILITY:Must be an African-American woman between the ages or 25-40, with a current or previous diagnosis of cervical cancer.
BENEFITS: Discussion of life experiences may help to relieve any emotional discomfort. Participants may have the opportunity to share insight from their life experiences and educate other women from similar backgrounds. The study may also be able to promote strategies to reduce the mortality rates of cervical cancer in African-American women.
COMPENSATION: All participants will receive a $20 visa gift card for their participation in the study.
LOCATION: The study will take place at a private location that will be disclosed to eligible participants.
If anyone is interested in participating in the study, please contact Sonya Willis at (602) 475-1477, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
. Note: this research project is one of the requirements for completion of the researcher’s doctoral degree in psychology, and is under the guidance of Gregory Shrader, Ph.D., Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Shrader at (602)-216-3162.
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