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AUDIO: How Can A Woman Participate In Your Online Study For Vulvodynia? Dr. Pukall

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Dr. Caroline Pukall, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada explains her vulvodynia online study and how women and their partners can participate.

For more information on Dr. Caroline Pukall visit Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Online Study Examining Psychosocial Functioning in Women With and Without Vulvar Pain

We are currently inviting women with vulvar pain and women without such pain to participate in an online study examining sexual and relationship functioning and body image. Both women who are currently involved in a relationship and women who are not in a relationship are invited to participate in this study. Partners are also invited to participate in this study, although this is not necessary for participation. If you are a woman who is 18 years of age or older, you may be eligible to participate! Participation involves the completion of a brief telephone screening interview and online questionnaires. Please call the Sexual Health Research Laboratory (613) 533-3276 or email ]]>[email protected]]]> for more information regarding this study. All calls will be strictly confidential, and participants can choose to remain anonymous. Participants have the chance to win one of three $100 cash prizes.

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