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Understanding the Healthcare Needs of People Living with Pelvic Pain

Understanding the Healthcare Needs of People Living with Pelvic Pain

Understanding the Healthcare Needs of People Living with Pelvic Pain

University of Tasmania, School of Psychological Sciences

Chief Investigator: Dr Leesa Van Niekerk

PhD Researcher: Ms Cate Andrews

Investigators: Dr Kim Jose, Dr Marie-Louise Bird

Summary:

This study aims to understand the healthcare needs of people living with pelvic pain through qualitative one-on-one interviews. The study is open to all Australian women and gender diverse people (presumed female at birth), aged 18+ years, who experience persistent pelvic pain. This study is the first in a series of 3 studies that will be conducted at the University of Tasmania (School of Psychological Sciences) as part of Ms Andrew’s PhD titled Codesigning interdisciplinary care for women and gender diverse people living with persistent pelvic pain.

 

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