The COSMIC project need meningioma patient involvement in their latest study on the relative importance of the effects of treatment. Find their call for involvement below, with all the relevant links needed to get involved:
Do you or someone you know have a meningioma? Would you like to help us improve how we do future meningioma research?
If so, we would like to invite you to take part in The COSMIC Project. Patients’ and carers’ opinions are vital to helping us improve the way we do future health care research in meningioma. We want to understand which effects of a meningioma treatment matter most to patients, their carers, and health professionals. For example, is quality of life more or less important than recurrence or side effects as a treatment result? Understanding what matters most to patients, carers, and health professionals will help us improve how we design future research into meningioma treatments.
Taking part involves completing one of two online surveys, then repeating this survey a month later. Each survey takes 10 minutes to complete. Researchers at the University of Liverpool are running this study.
To find out more, visit www.thecosmicproject.org or follow a link below to access a survey directly.
Study 1 – If you or someone you know has had treatment such as surgery, radiotherapy, or a form of chemotherapy for meningioma: https://delphimanager.liv.ac.uk/COSMIC-Intervention/Delphi
Study 2 – If you or someone you know has NEVER had treatment for meningioma, but only clinical follow-up or brain scans: https://delphimanager.liv.ac.uk/COSMIC-Observation/Delphi
Thank you, The COSMIC Project Study Team