Last Updated: Monday, March 18, 2013
Principal Investigator: Uma Rao, M.B.B.S.
Some kids have lots of aches and pains and are sensitive to any pain. Other kids have a high tolerance for pain. We want to understand these differences and find out how some are more sensitive than others by asking kids and their parents to come to a research laboratory at Vanderbilt University.
We'll ask parents and kids to fill out questions about pain-related problems and their health. Then we'll ask kids to rate how heat feels to them during a couple different activities like:
The study visit should take about two hours, and your family will receive compensation for your time and effort*.
We will also ask parents and kids to fill out questions online four more times during the year after your visit. These questions will take about 20 minutes and families will receive compensation for completing all of them.
Please call or e-mail us if you are interested to learn more about the study.
Approved by Meharry Insttutional Review Board through September 17, 2013
Typically developing10 to 17 year olds children and teens.
Compensation for your time and effort.
one visit with reiumbursement for travel costs
Uma Rao, M.D.
14 -15 year old African-American teens with risky behavior and at least one of their parent /guardiansCompensation: Yes
18 to 45 year old women who have experienced interpersonal violence in the past month.Compensation: Yes
Females between 18 and 30 years old who have experienced physical or sexual assault in the past month, or who have never experienced physical or sexual assault.Compensation: Yes
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