Social Self-Management in Parkinson’s Disease
Researchers at Tufts University and Boston University Medical Center are studying the social lives and health of people with Parkinson’s disease and their care partner.
The findings of the study will be used:
- To better understand how Parkinson’s disease relates to social activities and relationships.
- To make recommendations that may improve the capacity to live socially vital and satisfying lives in home and community.
Your role in the study:
- Participate in seven 2-hour laboratory interviews (videotaped/audiotaped) and seven 30-minute telephone interviews over a three year period. Your care partner is welcome to participate also.
For your participation you will receive:
- $50 after participation in each of the seven 2-hour interview sessions for a total of $350
- Tufts University Health Quality of Life Lab, 200 Boston Ave., Suite 1725, Medford, MA 02155
- Boston University Medical Center, 88 East Newton Street, Boston, MA 02118
If interested, please contact: