Jean Hailes for Women’s Health regularly partners with researchers to help improve our shared understanding of women’s health. Our research partners are currently recruiting women to take part in studies about menopause symptoms, and the long-term side effects of cancer treatment.
Keep reading to find out more, check if you’re eligible and learn how you can get involved.
Researchers at the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne are looking for people with symptoms of menopause (e.g. hot flushes, night sweats, vaginal irritation, painful sex) to take part in a 45-minute interview about their experiences. The study aims to evaluate questionnaires assessing menopausal symptoms.
MySurvivorCare is inviting women cancer survivors aged 18 years and above to complete an anonymous online survey to help us better understand long-term side effects from cancer and cancer treatment.
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