Do you have cirrhosis? Do you have 10 minutes to make our educational videos better?
- Watch a video about living with your condition
- Learn important tips, including when to go to emergency and what symptoms to watch out for
- Help us test the effect of a video series to improve care for all patients with cirrhosis!
What is the Goal of This Study?
This study is recruiting people with cirrhosis in order to understand if an educational video can help improve knowledge.
The study involves you answering questions to check your knowledge and watching a short video (~5 minutes).
Frequently Asked Questions
Participation in this study will help us understand if the educational videos we’ve developed are helpful to improve knowledge for patients with cirrhosis.
The information that you will share will remain strictly confidential and will be used solely for the purposes of this research. All efforts will be made to keep your information as secure as possible, but as this interaction happens online, there is always a risk of the information being exposed. The only people who will have access to the research data are the investigators listed above and their research assistants. Results will be published in pooled (aggregate) format.
The surveys and video should take you approximately 10 minutes to complete.
You will not receive any compensation from participating in this study. It is possible that you will experience no benefit for participating in this study aside from improving your knowledge about cirrhosis. The feedback you provide will be used to make improvements to the educational materials to help other patients with cirrhosis.
You are under no obligation to participate and if you choose to participate, you may refuse to answer questions that you do not want to answer. If you choose to have your data withdrawn from the study, this will be possible only before the data are analyzed. You can email the study email at [email protected] and provide them with the email you enrolled with if you want to have your study data removed.
Who are the researchers?
Dr. Puneeta Tandon, Principal Investigator
Dr. Ashley Hyde, Postdoctoral Fellow
Emily Johnson, PhD Student