Research team of Emory University School of Nursing is looking for participants in its breast cancer survivorship research.
Eun-Ok Im, Ph.D, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN and her colleagues at Emory University are conducting a research study, "A technology-based information and coaching/support program for Asian American women living with breast cancer". It is a study funded by NIH (National Institute of Health) (Project Number: 1R01CA203719-01) and is designed to enhance survivorship of Asian American women through a technological intervention.
Participants will be compensated at the end of the study.
Currently, we are in the process of recruiting participants to enroll in the study.
This is an online-based research and does not involve human contact, so participants are free of COVID-19 concerns.
We are looking for an Asian American woman aged 21 years and older who has had a breast cancer diagnosis in the past; can read and write English, Mandarin Chinese, Korean or Japanese; have access to the Internet; and identify their sub-ethnicity as Chinese, Korean, or Japanese. We do not seek to acquire any personal information--just an opportunity to advertise our study. After the program is finished, each participant will receive $ 50 e-gift card. Please note that your participation is voluntary, and you can withdraw your participation at any time.
For more information, please visit our Web site (ticaa.nursing.emory.edu) and/or contact us by phone (404-712-8381) or e-mail (SONTICAA@mscloud.emory.net). Thank you for your interest.
TICAA Project Team
Emory University School of Nursing