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A doctoral candidate at Walden University is seeking men willing to participate in a study entitled: "The Impact of Prostate Cancer on Survivors' Sense of Meaning in Life".
The purpose of this study is to examine how prostate cancer survivors construct meaning from their experiences. Participants will be asked to answer three sets of essay questions. Although this will not be an all-inclusive appraisal of the subject, it may add aspects to the literature as to what prostate cancer survivors' experience. The study will examine how participants adjust to a life experience with prostate cancer. Additionally this study aims to provide more clarity in defining the terms meaning in life as it relates to stressful life experiences.
Eligibility requirements consist of:
- 65 or under
- Have been in remission at least 1 year
- Speak and write English fluently
- Have a private computer
- Have a private email address
- Comfortable writing essays about your experiences with cancer
Participation is completely voluntary. To participate or for more information, please contact: Carol Brady (email@example.com)
Assistant YANA Administrator
Irvine, California (USA)