Research Participants Needed
UBC Study: Immersive Multimedia as an Adjunctive Measure for Pain Control in Cancer Patients
How can an immersive multimedia experience help in the management of chronic pain?
Immersive multimedia experiences have been shown to benefit individuals from a range of clinical settings such as with patients experiencing acute pain. These multimedia experiences may also help reduce chronic pain by changing the pain modulation system within the central nervous system and altering pain signal pathways. We aim to determine if these multimedia technologies can help cancer patients with chronic pain.
Would you like to try an immersive multimedia experience in your home for free? If so, do you meet the eligibility criteria on the poster below? We wish to recruit cancer patients with chronic pain to test the use of an immersive multimedia experience in their own homes. The equipment and training will be provided, and in appreciation for your time, you will
also receive a fee for your participation.
Please contact Crystal Sun if you are interested but unsure if you qualify, for more information or if you have any questions about the study.
Crystal Sun (Project Manager)
UBC School of Nursing