Looking For Volunteers to Participate in a Study

Sharyn is looking for volunteers. Please reach out to her if you can help. - Jill


Your voice is needed. Do you have cancer that is inoperable or metastatic and receiving cancer treatment? Looking for volunteers to participate in a research study to talk about how you self-report your symptoms.

I am looking for volunteers to participate in this study to learn about how you report your symptoms and how you want to report them. As a participant in this study, you would be asked to discuss your experience reporting your symptoms. This conversation will be with Sharyn Carrasco, the oncology nurse researcher, and can take place in person or via FaceTime/Skype. Your participation would involve 1 session, which will be approximately 30 minutes, including follow-up questions. 

If you are 18 years or older, have inoperable or metastatic cancer AND receiving cancer treatment, please contact me for more information or to sign up to participate in this study at 713-503-4261 (text or call) or email: scarrasco@twu.edu.

I hope you will have time to participate. I could learn so much from you. Thank you for your time and consideration! 

All the very best,

Sharyn Carrasco, RN, MSN
Oncology nurse
Graduate student at Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing

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August 21, 2018

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