The VideoHealth Study: for patients with CFS and their partners
The VideoHealth study, funded by the National Institutes of Health in collaboration with the University of Miami, aims to evaluate the needs of patients and partners dealing with CFS. The study is an innovative, home-based research project that uses video modules and teleconferencing to help individuals with CFS and their significant other learn better coping and management skills for the condition. The study is free for eligible individuals. Couples will be paid up to $300 for their time and effort.
You’re eligible to participate if you:
- Have diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Can identify a partner who is willing to be a part of the study
- Live in any of the contiguous states of the USA
- Between the ages of 21 and 75
- Speak, read, and write English fluently
3 thoughts on “Couples Needed for Home-based Research Study on Stress and CFS”
We’re interested in the study of patients with CFS and their partners.
Hello! Thanks for your interest in the study!
Could you send us an email to [email protected] with your contact information please? We would love to tell you more about the study!
My wife has ME/CFS, and we would like to be part of your study.
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