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Griffith University persistent pain survey for women

Tuesday 8 November 2011

From Griffith University's School of Applied Psychology (via email):


Griffith UniversityOpportunities to Participate in Research

Griffith University’s School of Applied Psychology is conducting a study on the relationship between persistent (chronic) pain, attention to pain and emotional connectedness.

This research is expected in increase understanding of the social and emotional experiences of people suffering from persistent pain. This understanding may lead to improved practical and psychological interventions. If you are a woman aged between 25 and 55 years, who has suffered from persistent muscular-skeletal pain (for example, fibromyalgia, back pain or arthritis) for a least six months you are eligible to take part. To thank you for your participation you can choose to inter a draw for a $50 remedial massage voucher, which will be drawn at the end of the study in 2012. The survey can be completed online via:

Griffith University conducts research in accordance with the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans. This research has been approval by both the School of Applied Psychology and Griffith University’s Human Research Ethics Committee. For more information and/or to confirm your ability to assist in this project, please contact Elise Henne on 0438 451053 or email



The above originally appeared here.



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