SHINE (The Sleep Health in Breast Cancer Study)
BCNA's Policy & Advocacy Team recently shared the below study which may be of some interest to you:
SHINE (The Sleep Health in Breast Cancer Study-Evaluating the impact on psychological wellbeing and medication adherence)
the University of Strathclyde Sleep Research Unit in Glasgow (UK) are running a
study to better understand physical and emotional wellbeing amongst people
diagnosed with breast cancer.
specifically, the study aims to:
about wellbeing of people diagnosed with breast cancer
potential side effects of cancer treatment
the development of future interventions, for people diagnosed with breast
cancer who need to take hormone therapy.
has been approved by the Strathclyde University ethics board.
participate in this study if you:
aged 16 years or older
ever been diagnosed with breast cancer
the study involve?
involves taking part in an anonymous online survey which takes between 10 to 15
minutes to complete.
about breast cancer diagnosis
of physical and mental health, and
therapy adherence (where appropriate)
How do I
If you are
interested in participating in this survey, please visit here.
If you would
like further information, please contact shinestrath.study@****.
closes on April 31, 2022.
By completing this survey you are providing your consent
(agreement) for the University of Strathclyde (UK) to collect and store your
survey answers on Qualtrics overseas server (large computer).