January 8, 2021

Research Opportunities

Research Opportunities

We want to use our platform here at Scolios-us to further research in the scoliosis community. In order to achieve this goal, we need your help and input! Below are the ongoing studies that need your help! The description of each study can be found to the right of the photos.

Understanding Adherence in Braced Scoliosis Patients

Purpose: We want to understand why some young people wear their brace for more hours, and some wear it less. We hope the results would help other young people on bracing in the future.

What would I have to do? Participate in a 1-hour interview over Teams

How to Participate: Fill out this form (https://bit.ly/3raWSCg) or contact Elaine Chong at [email protected]

Study Contact: Elaine Chong: [email protected]

Sponsor University: University College London (UCL), UCL Research Ethics Committee Approved (ID: 19575/001)

Coming Soon

New studies will be coming soon!

Questions?

If you have questions about a specific study, please email the study contact. If you would like your study to be featured on this page, please email us at [email protected]

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Research Opportunities

We want to use our platform here at Scolios-us to further research in the scoliosis community. In order to achieve this goal, we need your help and input! Below are the ongoing studies that need your help! The description of each study can be found to the right of the photos.

Understanding Adherence in Braced Scoliosis Patients

Purpose: We want to understand why some young people wear their brace for more hours, and some wear it less. We hope the results would help other young people on bracing in the future.

What would I have to do? Participate in a 1-hour interview over Teams

How to Participate: Fill out this form (https://bit.ly/3raWSCg) or contact Elaine Chong at [email protected]

Study Contact: Elaine Chong: [email protected]

Sponsor University: University College London (UCL), UCL Research Ethics Committee Approved (ID: 19575/001)

Coming Soon

New studies will be coming soon!

Questions?

If you have questions about a specific study, please email the study contact. If you would like your study to be featured on this page, please email us at [email protected]