Developing the Breast Cancer Self-Efficacy Scale for Partners (BCSES-P)

Study Overview

Are you, or is someone you know, a partner of a breast cancer survivor?
 
Breast cancer can be a scary and hard situation for your significant other and for YOU. Partners experience a lot of stress after the diagnosis. Finding ways to help them is important. This study is seeking partners of breast cancer survivors to learn about partners' needs after a significant other (wife, partner, girlfriend) is diagnosed with breast cancer. You will be asked a series of questions about what your significant other’s breast cancer experience was like for you, what resources you needed, and how you got through it.
 
You may gain satisfaction from participating in a study aimed at improving the lives of partners whose significant others have had cancer.

Study Description

Participants will be asked to complete a 1-hour interview either in-person or over-the-phone.

Additional Information

Participants will receive a $25 giftcard for their participation.

Parking vouchers will also be given for parking for the study visits in Indianapolis.



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  • IRB Number: 1905795920
  • Research Study Identifier: TX10596
  • Principal Investigator: Andrea Cohee

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