Research So Far On This Course… eCentreclinic has conducted > 8 trials of this course More than 3,000 participants have enrolled in this course Published > 10 studies evaluating this course We are conducting a clinical trial to investigate how helpful and acceptable people find an online psychological pain management program (the Endometriosis Pain Course), which is designed to […]
The relationship between estimates of puborectalis muscle stiffness made with shear wave elastography and electromyography in men with chronic pelvic pain
Please note that all surveys submissions have been obtained. We will keep this page updated with the future findings of this study when it becomes available. Exploring the physical, psychological, social, and medical needs of young women with heavy menstrual bleeding and pain This survey by the University of Melbourne aims to identify the needs […]
LongSTEPPP stands for the Longitudinal Study of Teenagers with Endometriosis, Period and Pelvic Pain in Australia and is a 5-year study starting in 2022. LongSTEPPP believes that period and pelvic pain can be managed to prevent chronic pain and endometriosis. The study is for young people aged 10-18 years and their parent/guardian who have been referred […]
Dr Jane Varney from Monash University is conducting a study to understand the prevalence, type and frequency of gastrointestinal symptoms in women with and without endometriosis, and the role of psychological distress, stool and vaginal microbiota in these women. Who is eligible to participate? Women who experience gastrointestinal symptoms (e.g. abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea) but […]
Mr Arthur Sone-Wai Li (PhD Candidate), Dr Mandy Matthewson and Dr Leesa Van Niekerk – College of Health and Medicine, School of Psychological Sciences, University of Tasmania.