|09-15-2010, 09:15 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2010
Paid Study on Exercise & Mood for People with SCI or MS Age 45+
Do you want to improve your mood? Or need help starting an exercise program?
The inMotion Exercise Study is seeking New Participants!
The University of Washington is looking for adults 45 or more years of age with multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury to take part in a research study. We are conducting a study to test the effect of exercise on mood. Your participation in this research would mean taking part in motivational interviews or an educational session about exercise and completing surveys. The surveys ask about your experiences with pain, fatigue, and other symptoms in addition to some questions about your participation in daily activities, mood, and general outlook. The study will be done over six months and you will be compensated up to $120.
Participation is entirely by telephone and is open to anyone in the United States.
Please contact us to see if this study is a good fit for you:
inMotion Exercise Study.pdf (46.14K)
Thanks for your interest in our study. We look forward to hearing from you!
Melissa Phares, MSW
Aging & MS Rehabilitation Research & Training Center
University of Washington
|09-16-2010, 01:52 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2001
Please include the required information about the Human Subjects/Institutional Review Board that approved both this study and this method for recruiting subjects, and the contact information for filing any complaints about ethical procedures related to this study and subject recruitment.
|depession, exercise, mood, paid, research|
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