Enrolling studies: Internet-Based Participation

What: Researchers at Southern Connecticut State University are currently enrolling individuals in a study that will examine an intervention app for people living with ME/CFS. This app monitors daily perceived and expended energy and fatigue levels. Participants will be asked to complete an online survey about their health history, ME/CFS symptomology, as well as current perceived and expended energy and fatigue levels. Next, an online meeting will be established to review the app and participant opinions will be considered in future iterations of the intervention app.

Who: To qualify for this study, participants must have a ME/CFS diagnosis and read/speak English. A total of 20 individuals with and 20 individuals without ME/CFS will be recruited.

Where: Internet access is all that is required to participate in this study.

Additional Information: Participants can follow this link to the survey https://scsu.iad1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6DtEvLJVUfYE0vP  or email Jemel at [email protected].

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4 thoughts on “Enrolling studies: Internet-Based Participation”

  1. Autumn Spires Smith

    I have ME/CFS. I live in SC. I’m 35 yrs old, female, Caucasian. I participated in one of Dr. jose Montoya’s research programs at Stanford University May of 2019. I live in SC USA. I speak English & I have internet access. I am interested in taking part if chosen.
    Thank You So Kindly!
    Autumn

  2. Do you know who the researchers are? I always am a bit leery of studies that don’t tell you who is doing it and don’t provide a link to the full study description

  3. I desperately need help with a diagnosis. Not one of my many doctors know anything about this illness, not even the rheumatologist i talked to. Her solution was the same as all the others….excercise therapy which I cannot handle.

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