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Research Opportunity: Young People Living with Chronic Pain

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Dear MPS members,

The INGAUGE team at the University of Manitoba, led by Dr. Roberta Woodgate, is currently running a research study focused on Advancing Patient-Centered Care in Young People Living with Chronic Pain

We are currently looking for young people aged 13-21 years old, with lived experience of chronic pain to participate in one-on-one virtual interviews. The interviews will ask about the young person’s experiences living with chronic pain, their needs, and desired outcomes for care. There will also be opportunities in the coming months for youth to participate in a photography activity and the creation of arts-based products to help others understand their experiences living with chronic pain. The information from this study will be kept private and confidential and will be used to help us better support youth living with chronic pain. To say thank you for youths’ time, an honorarium will be provided.

If you, or someone you know, are interested in participating in this study, or would like further information before deciding, please contact Jill Hnatiuk, research coordinator on or 204-474-8620. When emailing, please specify that you are interested in the study focused on chronic pain.

With thanks,

Dr. Roberta L. Woodgate, PhD (she/her/hers)
Canadian Research Chair (Tier 1) in Child and
Family Engagement in Health Research and Healthcare.
Principal Investigator, IN•GAUGE
Distinguished Professor, Child Health and Illness
College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences,
Winnipeg, Canada  R3T 2N2