Share your experience with Whipple surgery for pancreatic cancer in an online survey. This survey is exploring the alleviation of distress in the pre-operative period before a Whipple, since decreasing distress has been shown to improve surgical recovery in other types of surgery. This survey should take about 15 minutes to complete. From your responses, an intervention will be developed in order to address sources of distress prior to surgery in a group of older adults undergoing a Whipple for pancreatic cancer. Please click on the following link to participate: http://j.mp/2s7YtyD.
By completing the survey you are agreeing to participate in this research. Thank you for your time.
More about This Survey
Meghan Routt PhD candidate, MSN, ANP/GNP-BC, AOCNP is a nurse researcher from the University of Utah who developed the survey as the first phase for her dissertation. The dissertation involves developing a prehabilitation program for people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer undergoing a Whipple to possibly improve post-operative outcomes.
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