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Chronic Pain?: Research Student Needs Your Help! 

Daniel Gingras is a graduate student working with Dr. Paul Wong who is doing a follow-up study to his thesis on meaning and quality of life for living with chronic pain.

This project is focusing on how the findings of Positive Psychology research apply to pain management.

They would appreciate it very very much if anyone out there who has experienced chronic pain could complete his survey. Then, if you know anyone else living with chronoc pain (or used to!) they would appreciate it if you could share the link with that person as well.

 I answered their survey -- it was quick and interesting! -- and I'm not in pain these days, but I just answered the survey questions by telling them I don't currently have pain but then answering the questions based on how I felt when I did.

If you can help or know someone who can -- please click on the link and take a few minutes to answer some thought-provoking (but quick to answer) questions.

To find out more about Dr. Paul Wong's research and writings, you may also enjoy touring his website: Meaning.ca

Thanks!

Posted on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 14:34 by Registered CommenterDr Karen in , | Comments2 Comments

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Hi,

I have shared this information with several Members at The Learning Network. I supported one Member to complete the survey and she asked if she could share this information with some of her friends. Here's to hoping the news gets out and the study is successful! Thanks for the information.

Thanks Emily! The more, the merrier! (Seriously, every research project benefits from hearing from as many people as possible, so every one counts!)

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