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Want to help develop a “virtual librarian” for women with ovarian cancer and their families?

Date: 
Thursday, May 7, 2020 - 2:00pm
Where will the event take place?: 
This is a phone interview, so participants will stay where they are.
Your announcement.: 

Want to help develop a “virtual librarian” for women with ovarian cancer and their families? 

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, we would like to invite you to participate in the HELPeR (Health E-Librarian with Personalized Recommender engine) research study at the University of Pittsburgh. Participation in this study will help us to better understand the information needs and preferences of women with ovarian cancer and their family members. We are especially interested in what information is most valuable to you when you are searching for online information, support, and resources related to ovarian cancer. 

• You will be asked to participate in an interview that will take no more than 1 hour. The interview will be scheduled at a convenient time for you and could be done in person, over the telephone or by video meeting.

• Your decision about whether to participate in this study will not have any impact on your usual care. 

You may be eligible for this study if:

• You are 18 years or older

• You or a family member have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer 

• You have access to a computer and the Internet

 

There is no cost to you for participating.

Compensation ($50) will be provided.

 

Please call (412) 496-8268 or Email: helper@pitt.edu for more information to participate. 

 

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Check the appropriate category for your announcement: 
Research study, clinical trial, focus group,etc (Requires IRB review and certification. See here for guidelines.)
Contact - Email: 
helper@pitt.edu
Contact - First name: 
Young Ji
Contact - Last name: 
Lee
Contact - Telephone number: 
(412) 496-8268
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