Research project of newly diagnosed cardiomyopathy to improve care
Researcher Jennifer Rees is a PhD Health Psychology student currently undertaking a piece of research at Liverpool John Moore's University, England. The aim of the current research project is to explore the experiences of newly diagnosed cardiomyopathy patients with the aim of improving care provision within the NHS.
If you meet the following criteria, please take 5 minutes to answer this short online questionnaire.
- aged 18+
- currently living in the UK
- have been diagnosed with any form of cardiomyopathy within the last 3 months
She would be very grateful for your time.
About Jennifer Rees and the Study
ennifer Rees was born with Dilated Cardiomyopathy. She is 25 years old and is studying towards a PhD in Health Psychology and all her research thus far has centred on exploring the psychological impact of receiving a cardiomyopathy diagnosis. She is currently recruiting newly diagnosed cardiomyopathy patients based in the UK to take part in an online questionnaire. The study has received full NHS ethical approval and she is currently working with 10 NHS trusts across England to facilitate recruitment for the study.
For more information. You can download and read the following flyers