Sexual wellbeing concerns of people living with stoma

Researchers at University of Oxford are looking for people living with a permanent stoma to take part in a study looking at their sexual well-being concerns after stoma formation.

This new study funded by ConvaTec will assess the prevalence of sexual well-being concerns amongst people living with a permanent stoma, and which concerns should be discussed with healthcare professionals, why, and how best to be discussed. If you are interested in taking part, or would like more information about the study, please complete the form below:

By entering your details, you are not committing to take part, but you will be redirected automatically to the survey. You will have the opportunity to change your mind at any time.

This research study is NOT funded or organised by Crohn's & Colitis UK and, therefore, we cannot take responsibility for your involvement in the research. 

Opportunity posted 1 June 2023

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