Ci-dessous un message de Mme Lauren Mooney.
I am a B.Sc student in Clinical Speech and Language Studies at Trinity College Dublin.
I am conducting an anonymous online survey about dysphagia clinicians’ perspectives on Core Outcomes in intervention for people with Parkinson’s Disease.
Currently, we have no respondents from France despite the tremendous work in dysphagia that is happening there. We would really appreciate your input into this anonymous survey that has full ethical approval.
The survey is available in English, Mandarin Chinese (simplified), German, Spanish and Italian.
Participants should be Dysphagia Clinicians working with people who have Parkinson’s Disease.
Participation in this survey will help us to understand the views of clinicians in relation to outcome measures in Dysphagia in Parkinson’s Disease (PD), ultimately improving patient care, ensuring best practice and contributing towards the development of Core Outcome Set for Dysphagia in PD (COS-DIP) project.
In order to improve clinical trial design for dysphagia treatments for people with Parkinson’s disease, we need to understand what is important for all stakeholders, including dysphagia clinicians.
We are conducting an anonymous online survey to understand what is important when deciding if a swallowing (dysphagia) treatment works. The survey is short and should only take 15 minutes (maximum) to complete. It can be completed at a time and location which is convenient to the participant. The information obtained in the survey is anonymous and no identifying information is sought. IP addresses will also not be collected and therefore responses cannot be traced.
The survey can be accessed via this link: https://tcdecon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7ZYzk8Z0jDy3qwS
Further information about the COS-DIP project can be found at: https://www.tcd.ie/slscs/clinical-speech-language/dysphagia/COS-DIP-Research/index.php
Should you have any further questions, please email me at email@example.com, or Dr Margaret Walshe at firstname.lastname@example.org