Please see below and the attached flyer for information for a study we are
Contact information for questions or to express interest is below.
TIRR Memorial Hermann is seeking participants for a research study:
"Feasibility and Effectiveness of Virtual Peer Mentoring for Adaptive
Recreation for Individuals Living with Spinal Cord Injuries: A Pilot Study"
Purpose: This study will investigate whether an educational video and virtual
Zoom discussion group helps people with spinal cord injuries learn how to fish
and become more confident about fishing.
You may participate in this study if you:
* Are age 18 years or older
* Have a spinal cord injury/disorder
* Have access to the internet and can interact on Zoom
* Have enough strength in at least one arm to bring your hand to your mouth
* All participants will watch a 30 minute fishing video.
* Some participants will take part in a group discussion via Zoom about
* All participants will be asked to complete a survey after the study.
* All parts of the study can be completed from your home.
* Compensation will be provided.
Benefits: increase knowledge & confidence towards fishing after a spinal cord
Risks: risks are minimal, but include potential discomfort with adjusting to
performing activities with a disability and participating in a group discussion
If you are interested, please contact Kelsey Myers, PT:
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Adele Bosquez Henry, PT, DPT, ATC
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy
Senior Patient Safety Specialist
Quality Patient Safety & Infection Control
TIRR Memorial Hermann
Houston, Texas 77030
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