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A Survey on Mothers and Young-Adult Daughters Coping with Breast Cancer Together

A Survey on Mothers and Young-Adult Daughters Coping with Breast Cancer Together

Surveys, Registries, Interviews

Study Contact Information:

For more information, contact our study Coordinator:
Dr. Gemme Campbell-Salome by phone 352-273-1643 or by email at gemme.campbell@ufl.edu


A Survey on Mothers and Young-Adult Daughters Coping with Breast Cancer Together

About the Study

A study from the University of Florida is seeking mothers with breast cancer and young-adult daughters (18-39 years old) who help care for a mother with breast cancer. Eligible participants will be asked to complete a survey on their experiences and how they are coping with breast cancer. The survey should take about 30 minutes and eligible participants will receive a $50 Amazon gift card by email. Mothers’ and daughters’ surveys are completed separately and privately. 

By participating, you can help researchers develop supportive resources to enhance communication between diagnosed mothers and their young-adult caregiving daughters.

Women interested in participating should contact our study coordinator Dr. Gemme Campbell-Salome by phone 352-271-1643 or by email at gemme.campbell@ufl.edu

What the Study Entails

Participation is simple and requires the completion of a short, online, easy-to-use survey. The study survey collects information about your experience as a mother with breast cancer or as a young-adult daughter (18-39 years old) helping care for a mother with breast cancer. This survey will require 20-30 minutes of your time. Upon completion of the survey, you will receive a $50 Amazon gift card to thank you for your participation.

Lead Researchers

  • Dr. Carla L. Fisher, PhD
  • Dr. Carma Bylund, PhD
This Study is Open To:

If you are interested in participating, you must meet the following eligibility criteria:

Mothers

  • You have been diagnosed with and are in treatment for breast cancer (e.g.,radiation, chemotherapy, surgery)
  • You have a daughter (18-39 years old) who helps care for you in some way (e.g.,provides support, goes to appointments, etc.)

Daughters

  • You must be 18-39 years old
  • Your mother is in treatment for breast cancer (e.g., radiation, chemotherapy, surgery)
  • You help care for your mother in some way (e.g., provide support, go to appointments)
This Study is Not Open To: