Survey: Swallowing Problems in Fibromyalgia – The Practice and Experiences of Healthcare Professionals

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Credit: Trinity College Dublin

Are you currently working within one of the following professions?  

• Rheumatologist, Neurologist, Physiotherapist, Dietician, Occupational Therapist, Speech and Language Therapist 

Please consider taking part in our international research study: 

Ellen Carroll is a final year undergraduate Clinical Speech and Language Studies student at Trinity College Dublin. As part of her thesis, Ellen is carrying out research in the area of swallowing problems in fibromyalgia- specifically the practice and experiences of healthcare professionals (both with and without clinical experience with this population). This research study has been granted ethical approval by the Research Ethics Committee, School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences, Trinity College Dublin 

If you have any questions or would like further information please contact:

Ellen at ecarrol7@tcd.ie or her supervisor Dr. Órla Gilheaney at ogilhean@tcd.ie 

 

To complete the anonymous survey, click here
 

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