Professor Candy McCabe and her research team from the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath have asked if CRPSUK members can help with their next application for a research grant.
First of all on this occasion you have to live in England. Sorry not to be able to include the rest of the UK it is not that the research team are not interested in you lovely people who live in Scotland, Ireland and Wales it’s just that the funding on this occasion is for English Health Services only.
I have been asked to point out that your responses will be shared in Bath and that by sending directly to the dedicated email your responses will not be completely anonymous to the research team. Of course the usual code of confidentiality applies and data will not be attributed to named individuals. (Dedicated email appears at the foot of this email)
The research will be focussed on trying to improve the detection and care of people at risk of CRPS immediately after fracture of a wrist or ankle . These are the most common types of fracture.
There are four questions to answer for the research section and question five is a note of the county where you live so that the research team can analyse the data by region..
CRPS/RNHRD/C.McCABE – March2016
1) Do you think it is important to do research on how to improve the detection and prompt treatment of CRPS in fracture clinics after ankle or wrist fractures?
Answer Yes or No……………….
2) If you had to rate the importance of this research on a scale of 1-5, with 5 of highest importance and 1 of no importance, what number would you give it?
Answer 220.127.116.11.or 5…………………..
3) If you were a person who had just had a wrist or ankle fracture, and had no previous knowledge of CRPS how would you most like to receive information about CRPS from the list below?
- a) Written information direct to you.
- b) Verbal information direct to you.
- c) Written information to your GP.
- d) All of the above.
- e) None of the above.
Answer a,b,c,d,or e…………………….
4) If you were a person who had just had a wrist or ankle fracture, and had no previous knowledge of CRPS when would you most like to receive information about CRPS from the list below?
- a) As soon as your fracture is diagnosed in Accident and Emergency.
- b) At your first appointment with the fracture service.
- c) When you are discharged from the fracture service.
- d) Only when you experience problems with the fracture.
Answer a,b,c, or d…………….
5) Name of the county where you live ?……………………..
You can choose whether to answer on the attached document or list your answers on an email.
Listing in order
1 yes or no
2 number 1,2,3,4, or 5
3 a.b.c.d or e
4 a,b,c,or d
5 county where you live
Please use this dedicated email address. It will be kept open until 31 March 2016, however I will be doing this straightaway just in case I forget!